Washbasin mixer tap / floor-mounted / brass / for bathrooms DIVA: DV688 by Cristian Mapelli

Washbasin mixer tap / floor-mounted / brass / for bathrooms DIVA: DV688 by Cristian Mapelli DANIEL RUBINETTERIE

Characteristics

  • Product applications:

    for washbasins

  • Installation:

    floor-mounted

  • Material:

    brass

  • Location:

    for bathrooms

  • Number of holes:

    1-hole

Description

Conceived by Daniel designer Cristian Mapelli, Diva is born from the desire of finest proportion, total exciting beauty and elegant modernism. The study of forms starts from the idea of line refinement, gently curving, accentuating and playing with her femininity. The harmonious union between the body sinuosity and a more determined and sophisticated multifaceted spout creates a Masterpiece of ethereal perfection. The use of the minimal cartridge with diameter 25, also produced in our factories in Italy , gives to Diva a strong dominant of thinness and emphasis. Admiring Diva, the positive feelings are intensified. Diva is a jewel of Italian design and production in the eyes of the world.

CODE
DV688
DESCRIPTION
Single-lever mixer floor mounting, spout height cm 100, click-clack waste with overflow.

SOM Reveals Plans for New Urban District Around Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station

SOM Reveals Plans for New Urban District Around Philadelphia's 30th Street Station , 30th Street Station anchors a new city district with up to 18 million square feet of development. Image © SOM
30th Street Station anchors a new city district with up to 18 million square feet of development. Image © SOM

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has released plans for a new mixed-use urban district forPhiladelphia’s 30th Street Station Precinct. In response to projections showing significant increases in transit activity in the coming decades, the project calls for a transformation of the existing Beaux Arts train station and surrounding neighborhood of University City. The design will improve transportation throughout the city, and will activate the area with new shops, restaurants and public plazas.

30th Street Station represents a new chapter in the story of transit-oriented development in Philadelphia. Image © SOM Aerial view from Powelton Village. Image © OLINStation Plaza view from the west. Image © OLINA new underground concourse, capped by a dramatic skylight, connects the subway and 30th Street Station. Image © SOM+11

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30th Street Station anchors a new city district with up to 18 million square feet of development. Image © SOM

30th Street Station anchors a new city district with up to 18 million square feet of development. Image © SOM

SOM plans to turn the station into an iconic transportation hub capable of serving the 30,000 passengers who travel by train each morning by making improvements to the historic building and encircling it with new public plazas and walkways to improve pedestrian access. The plan features a new underground concourse, capped with a domed skylight, that will connect 30th Street Station to the city subway system.

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Station Plaza view from east. Image © SOM

Station Plaza view from east. Image © SOM

Beyond the station, mixed-use buildings and parks will be filled with shops and restaurants to create a more cohesive network of public spaces. New buildings for Drexel University will connect via rethought vehicular, pedestrian, and cyclist systems, reducing congestion and improving walkability.

The 175-acre proposal was master planned by SOM and designed in association with Parsons Brinckerhoff,OLIN and HR&A Advisors.

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A new underground concourse, capped by a dramatic skylight, connects the subway and 30th Street Station. Image © SOM

A new underground concourse, capped by a dramatic skylight, connects the subway and 30th Street Station. Image © SOM
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A new North Concourse will expand Amtrak and SEPTA access and open the station up to the north. Image © SOM

A new North Concourse will expand Amtrak and SEPTA access and open the station up to the north. Image © SOM
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Connections through existing back-of-house spaces increase passenger circulation and amenities. Image © SOM

Connections through existing back-of-house spaces increase passenger circulation and amenities. Image © SOM

 

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