Laufen Sonar 24" White Ceramic Wall-Mounted Bathroom Sink With 3 Faucet Holes
Laufen Sonar 24" White Ceramic Wall-Mounted Bathroom Sink With 3 Faucet Holes
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The internationally acclaimed and eclectic designer Patricia Urquiola reveals the third generation of Laufen's SaphirKeramik - she is taking this extraordinary material with great sensitivity into a third dimension - creating this new collection with the name: Sonar.
Expressive and yet minimalist, Sonar’s formal language plays with arcs and angles, emphasizing the slender lines of SaphirKeramik. To further enhance the lightness of the objects, Urquiola and Laufen developed a fine, three-dimensional texture for the external surfaces of the washbasin bowls.
SaphirKeramik remains a protagonist in Laufen’s production and it continues transforming the way interior design is applied in the world of bathroom culture.
The textured version can be selected as an optional alternative to the traditional smooth surface and is reminiscent of sound waves propagating in water.
The Sonar collection includes floor-standing and wall-mounted washbasins, two washbasin bowls, and a double washbasin bowl, also available in matte white and all made of SaphirKeramik together with a new furniture collection.
- Mounting Set M 6/16” x 5 8/16” (M10 x 140 mm), Part Nr. HH899882
- Vanity Base
- Push-open drain valve with SaphirKeramik Cover, Part Nr. HH898192
- Pop-up drain valve with pull lever with SaphirKeramik Cover, Part Nr. HH898191
- Accessories such as toothbrush holders, soap dishes, mirrors, towels, etc.
- Rectangular basin, wall-mounted
- Overall dimensions: 23 10/16" W x 16 9/16" x 5 11/16" H
- Meets or exceeds: ASME A112.19.2, cUPC/IAPMO listed
- SaphirKeramik (unique extra strong ceramic material)
- Limited 5-Year Warranty
|Faucet Holes||3 (USA- 8 inch spread)|
|Material||SaphirKeramik (unique extra strong ceramic material)|
|Shape||Rectangle with rounded corners|
|Overflow Channel Glazed||Yes|
|Washbasin capacity (l)||8.3|
|Number of Fixing Points||2|
|Product Dimensions & Weight|
|Width (in)||23 10/16 (600mm)|
|Depth (in)||16 9/16 (420mm)|
|Height (in)||5 11/16 (145mm)|
|Bowl Width (in)||23 10/16 (600mm)|
|Bowl depth (in)||12 3/16 (310mm)|
|Bowl height (in)||3 15/16 (100mm)|
|Weight (lb)||27.1 (12.3kg)|
Laufen Green Mission
Laufen is committed to protecting the environment, placing great emphasis on sustainable manufacturing processes in regard to energy, water and materials uses. Laufen implores efficient and eco-friendly practices across all stages of production – from product development to marketing materials. For example, Laufen uses the waste heat generated in the production process to dry our ceramic pieces.
Laufen’s production sites operate in accordance with strict, international environmental principles. The Swiss Agency for Efficient Energy Use has awarded Keramik Laufen AG its prestigious label for being actively involved in voluntary climate protection. Additionally, Laufen Austria AG- with its production sites at Wilhemsburg and Gmunden- was awarded the EMAS environmental prize for outstanding environmental performance. Overall, Laufen supports and promotes active environmental policies; policies that are embedded in the company’s principles and upheld by our workforce around the world.
The Uniform Plumbing Code (cUPC) and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) are trade organizations that cooperatively meet to create mechanical design and test routines for plumbing products. These are trade organizations tasked with creating guidelines for safe and interchangeable products that provide value for consumers and competition among manufacturers. All of Laufen Bathroom ceramic products (unless noted otherwise) meet the design requirements and laboratory testing demands of these organizations. Organizations that provide this testing routine include the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO Group), which has issued several of Laufen’s certifications.
|Laufen branded ceramic products and all bathtubs (acrylic, Santec, Marbond) are warranted against defects in material and/or workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of original purchase.|
Furniture items including vanities, wall cabinets, and related accessories are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase.
Components such as bolts, fill and flush valves, drains, and seats with covers are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase.
- Technical Fact Sheet
- Technical Drawings
- CAD 2D T - H810342
- CAD 2D F - H810342
- CAD 2D S - H810342
- CAD 3D - H810342
- BIM 3ds Max - H810342
- BIM ArchiCAD - H810342
- BIM 2D - H810342
- BIM AutoCAD - H810342
- BIM ifc - H810342
- BIM Revit - H810342
- BIM SketchUp Model - H810342
- BIM fbx - H810342
- BIM MTL - H810342
- BIM OBJ - H810342
- BIM STL - H810342
- Special Features
Designer: Patricia Urquiola
In your opinion as a designer, which new creative possibilities do SaphirKeramik offer?
The wafer-thin yet robust walls, lightweight characteristics, surface finish, and plasticity make the SaphirKeramik material unique.
Which technical challenges did you have to overcome during the development of the Sonar collection?
The surfaces are delicate and thin but define spatial volumes as a whole. Together with a subtle balance of edges and curves, dialogue between elementary forms that harmoniously interact with one another makes the design solutions unique. The sloping surfaces on the base of the basin guide the water smoothly to a transverse recess that obscures the drain both ingenuously and elegantly.
Which is the most impressive building or architecture you have seen recently? And why?
The headquarters of the Fondazione Feltrinelli in Milan, designed by Herzog & de Meuron. In my opinion, the building symbolizes Milan. It is a city that looks toward the future, is constantly changing, is in a state of radical upheaval, represents a new place for people to meet - not only for the residents of Milan - and is a city of culture designed by major architects.
What are your favorite everyday belongings?
I don't really have a special attachment to a specific object. In my working life, I often use my mobile phone to stay in constant touch with family, employees, and friends.
What do you do to relax and where is your favorite place to do it?
My passion for my profession helps me relax. I am lucky to have a job that I love, that completely fulfills me, and that I can get really enthusiastic about. My cultural imprint is inspired by memories of emotions and instinct. I feel drawn toward reaching every achievement possible.
What must a bathroom offer and how should it look so that you feel comfortable using it?
Nowadays, areas of our living space have a wide variety of different functions: a shower is longer a place of cleanliness, but also of well-being; colored lights are used on the walls, and you have the choice of selecting different types of water jet, from relaxing to invigorating and so on. The bath is a private space, an intimate area where there is a fundamental need for physical comfort and whose function has become self-evident. The space we dedicate to ourselves is becoming more extensive and the selection of each individual element contributes to highlighting this concept of well-being.
SaphirKeramik: A Revolution In Ceramic
SaphirKeramik, patented and available on the market, is one of the latest globally significant innovations from Laufen. This revolutionary, ceramic material reaches its exceptional hardness blended with corundum, a colorless mineral, which is a component of sapphires. This gives SaphirKeramik a flexural strength equal to that of steel. Yet it has the potential to be wafer-thin, giving designers almost infinite freedom to experiment – and tear up the rulebook of bathroom design.
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