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  Valdama presents the Cameo collection  
Designed by Prospero Rasulo, Cameo is a project that extracts shape from material, revealing elegant contours and delicate reliefs, to outline a symbol and design.

The collection of Cameo washbasins is characterised by the outer frame of the basin, a visual and functional element that creates diversely distributed tops to integrate the taps and store bathroom accessories.

The washbasins are designed to be wall or console mounted, but there is another standalone version placed on a tubular metal structure.

The Cameo washbasin collection has been carefully designed to capture and concentrate the visual elements, making it “right” to install in contemporary and classic contexts and represents a stylistically appropriate choice in restoring villas and old buildings.

A collection of washbasins made of Fine Fire Clay, able to give the room they are in a feeling of smoothness and refinement, due to details like the slightly raised slim perimeter rim.

Cameo is presented on the market with an extensive range and applications: the washbasins are available in different sizes, from the minimum 28×60 cm version to the maximum 120×50 one.

The unusually square-shaped central waste with rounded edges is made of ceramic with a plug that complies with current European regulations.

The overflow outlet has been integrated into the rear part of the washbasin, therefore being hidden from view.

The wall hung bidet and WC with RimlessTM system complete the collection.

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