The most kitsch facet of David Delfin
April 1, 2016 · News update
Bathco´s spirit for innovation leads them to look for new sources of inspiration, exploring other fields which apparently may result alien to the bathroom sector.
What it could be defined as a wardrobe, a basic, something that seems to have fallen out of time and it is always there, that's the model Sicilia: a washbasin characterized by the curvature of its lines. And what makes it even more special, is when it is finished in natural porcelain revealing the material in its purest crafted process of creation.
But there is more, after the intervention of David Delfín, Sicilia it is dressed up with pattern Pink Flamingos. A decoration that takes us to the trash aesthetic of the 70’s or what is the same, the kitsch side of Las Vegas or Miami. The designer was inspired by the film of same name and, specifically, in Harris Glenn Milstead, known for his portrayal as the drag queen Divine, a character so controversial at that time.
DAVID DELFIN BY BATHCO
Bathco´s spirit for innovation leads them to look for new sources of inspiration, exploring other fields which apparently may result alien to the bathroom sector, but which share with us the passion for design and continuous innovation. As a result of this concern, arises the collaboration of Bathco with the Spanish renowned fashion designer, David Delfín. His designs, Diamond, Ants and Flash, appeared in 2015 and, in 2016 the collection has been complemented with three new proposals: Ali, Jellyfish and Pink Flamingos.