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Adda Freestanding Basin designed by David Lopez Quincoces

With a nod to the wooden décor of the 1950s and 60s, designer David Lopez Quincoces has created a retro-contemporary collection that plays with the inherent properties of each material in the coolness of natural stone and the warmth of wood.

Adda creates a sensation of warmth and elegance. Its rich-toned walnut wood has been transformed into a classic ribbed finish by some of Italy’s finest wood workers and the stone basins are crafted and hand-finished in Tuscany. In addition to the original ribbed version, Adda also now comes with facings in smooth walnut, maple and thermo-treated oak.

Maple Walnut Oak

Adda is available as a freestanding unit in both a cylindrical and square version in the following natural stones: Bianco Carrara, Crema d’Orcia, Grigio Versilia, Silk Georgette®, Gris du Marais® and Pietra d’Avola.



Diameter            41.7 cm (16 ⅜")

Basin height       12 cm (4 ¾")

Total height        90.6 cm (35 ⅝")



Dimensions        41.4  x 41.4 cm (16 ¼" x 16 ¼")

Basin height       12 cm (4 ¾”) 

Total height        90.6 cm (35 ⅝")

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All our basins leave the factory pre-sealed. Since we do not like to paint the surface of our lovely stones with transparent paints or resins, we apply three coats of the highest possible level of protective penetrating sealant. This will preserve both your basin and the natural feel of the stone.


That said, please bear in mind that there is no sealer on the market that can make a natural stone 100% stain proof, especially if you leave the staining agent on it for a prolonged period. The sealant allows you to have a few hours between the moment the staining agent (tanning agents, perfume, etc) comes in contact with the stone and the moment you wipe it off. So, if you spill perfume, for example, on your basin, you will need to wipe it off within a few hours to avoid permanent staining.


As far as maintenance goes, DO NOT use cleaners containing abrasive cleansers, ammonia, bleach, acid or even those “homemade remedies” made from lemon, vinegar and the like. Simply use water or a neutral detergent. It will be more than enough, both for the stone and wood. If you are a particularly assiduous cleaner, you can set your mind at rest by periodically applying a new coat of sealer.