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New from Nendo: The Japanese-Inspired Bath

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New from Nendo: The Japanese-Inspired Bath

June 20, 2012

Recently unveiled at the Salone Mobile in Milan: The Nendo Collection for Bisazza Bagno, designed by Oki Sato of Japanese firm Nendo.

The modular collection includes bathtubs, sinks, drawers, and more; the pieces, which are made of larch wood, can be configured to accommodate individual needs; to see the line, go to Bisazza.

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Above: A wall-mounted sink from the Nendo collection.

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Above: Nendo designer Oki Sato says his collection for Bisazza is meant to help bathers create ""A silent yet comfortable space that enables you to communicate with yourself, just like the traditional tea rooms in Japan."

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Above: A soaking tub with modular shelving.

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Above: A sink frame made of larch wood.

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