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The Poured Project launches Ark washbasin

Exposed concrete basins, sinks and worksurfaces bring texture and urban styling to bathrooms and kitchens

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The Poured Project's Ark is the newest addition to its basin range. Available in a variety of colours, it is shown here in Black.
The Poured Project's Ark is the newest addition to its basin range. Available in a variety of colours, it is shown here in Black.

The new Ark concrete basin is handcrafted in the UK by Claire and Andy Pedley of The Poured Project. It combines industrial raw materials with traditional manufacturing techniques to create a unique look for bathrooms.

Featuring a textured exterior and smooth interior, the basin is ideal for family bathrooms and complements natural materials, such as wood, metal and stone.

The 17mm-thick basin measures 372mm wide and 592mm long and comes in eight colours, from pale pastels to moody dark shades. It costs £900 and current lead times are around four weeks.

Round, rectangle and double basins are also available, as well as kitchen sinks and poured concrete worksurfaces, upstands and splashbacks.

The Poured Project offers a templating service for all its worksurface designs or can work from supplied templates. The form work is done prior to pouring and, once cured, worktops, upstands, splashbacks and built-in drainers are bonded using a food-safe sealer.

The company offers an installation service or can deliver products for clients or craftsmen to install themselves. All designs are handmade in Yorkshire.

  • The Poured Project's round concrete basin in Peach measures 422mm diameter, 140mm deep and costs £680.
    The Poured Project's round concrete basin in Peach measures 422mm diameter, 140mm deep and costs £680.
  • Round basins (here in Black) can double up for a twin console solution.
    Round basins (here in Black) can double up for a twin console solution.
  • Poured concrete worksurface in 50/50 with upstand.
    Poured concrete worksurface in 50/50 with upstand.
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For more information and technical support, visit thepouredproject.com

 

Contact:

07908 619054

info@thepouredproject.com


 

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