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Sara Pepitone | September 13, 2013
Supplier: Hastings Tile & Bath
The result of four months of out-of-the-box designing, Fractal is appealingly (not aggressively) asymmetrical, a vanity whose geometric structure repeats at different scales. The asymmetry is 360-degrees, providing a different look based on your perspective - from every angle.
"The inspiration for Fractal was derived from our continuous attempts to differentiate our products and vanities from what we all know as the box-to-the-wall," says Jose Roca, president of SONIA, which has been manufacturing vanities since 1990.
The challenge, says Roca, was to harmonize the asymmetric and strong lines with functionality. An offset sink allows ample countertop space; there are drawers and two compartments behind a door that provide significant storage. Available in four metallic finishes, wall or floor mounted (tempered glass legs are nearly transparent), Fractal includes a LED-enabled medicine cabinet with a double glass wall.
Cabinets start at 36 inches wide and go up to 43 inches wide and are offered with or without tempered glass legs. The vanity is constructed from highly finished HDF solid core lacquered on both sides, tempered glass, metallic finishes, and glass mirror with integrated LEDs.