Inda and true innovation: Leonardo is born with HPL technology

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The washbasin is the protagonist in the Inda bathroom, in its countless shapes and versions. Versatility, technology, quality: Inda presents a wide range of washbasins that give a touch of originality to the entire bathroom.

Inda‘s vocation for constant innovation is the central focus of a new range of washbasins that is renewed not only in solutions in support with different shapes and lines, but also in an integrated system of washbasins.

Leonardo, a system of tops with made-to-measure integrated washbasin, features stratified HPL technology, which offers an attractive style and functional qualities. Inda offers two types of washbasins, with different widths. Leonardo can be 1 cm in height as an integrated washbasin with unit, or 14 cm for free-standing solutions or solutions on a unit.

Ten finishes with a textured effect, all very trendy: from marble to wood, from concrete to porphyry.

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