Blanco Attika is an exclusive bowl series by the sink specialist’s SteelArt high-tech sink division – and it sets standards both in design and craftsmanship. The two top-mounted bowls delight with the elegant and exclusive frame, the filigree yet solid appearance, and their soft contours. Blanco Attika 60/A has already received a number of international design awards for its excellent design. Following its successful launch last year, Blanco is now presenting a matching drainer for Blanco Attika XL 60. The new flat bowl Attika 60-T has been added to the range of individual, tailor-made combination options for discerning kitchen plans in the high-end segment.
Both bowls share the same unrestricted homogenous design. The filigree yet solid-looking, softly contoured, precision-manufactured 17 mm bowl rim is both the trademark of the Attika line and clever splash protection. The outer dimensions and inner radii are also identical; the only difference is in the bowl depth. This also defines the functional areas: Attika XL 60 has an extra deep bowl (210 mm), and is also ideal for washing up bulky items. Attika 60-T, the latest addition to the line, has been designed as a preparation zone, and is only slightly lowered at 35 mm. The combination of these two exclusive top-mounted bowls in itself offers an abundance of planning options. The accessories for the Attika line also demonstrate Blanco's typical fascination with perfect details. The precisely matching walnut compound bridge chopping board elegantly connects the two bowls in a single multifunctional unit: placing the bridge chopping board directly over the bowl instantly creates a comfortable working zone for food preparation. The high quality chopping board also fits perfectly inside the flat bowl, where it is ideal for working on or can neatly be stowed away.
The Attika bowls can be combined individually with SteelArt mixer taps and other practical control elements such as a detergent dispenser. A particularly elegant effect is achieved by the interplay between Attika and the new Blancoculina-S Duo mixer tap.