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    Green and Greener: Michael Schmidt’s Scoop for Falper

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    Michael Schmidt’s Scoop for Falper is made of technologically advanced solid-surfacing, which may not sound particularly sexy...but check out those curves. The 34-inch-high pedestal sink is fashioned from Cristalplant, a sustainable mix of bio-based resins and a by-product of aluminum mining. The 100 percent recyclable material offers the velvety touch of marble but, unlike stone, can be formed into almost limitless shapes, in nine colors.

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