Lichtenstein Inspires Marcante-Testa's Retro Sink Collection for Ex.t

The One High sink by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.

In the 1970s, Roy Lichtenstein photographed the ornamental friezes on New York’s neoclassical building facades, then ab­stracted them into his Entablature prints. Marcante-Testa founding architects Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa took the series as their starting point for Frieze, a line of colored and patterned sinks for Ex.t designed to front a wall-mounted granite, lacquered MDF, or walnut band on which shelves and towel hooks can be hung. Available scribed with a checkered grid or vertical grooves or without, and in retro shades like Powder Pink, Bright Blue, and Lilac, the three styles of basins, One Low, One High, and Two Lined, can be paired with corresponding mirrors and cabinets. 

The Two Lined sink in Powder Pink by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.
The One Low Checkered sink in Bright Blue by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.
The One High sink in Lilac by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.
The Two Lined sink in Bright Blue by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.
The One Low Checkered sink by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Photography courtesy of Ex.t.

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