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AZURE’s November/December edition explores some of the category’s most innovative spaces, from a new model of urban retreat by Ace Hotel in New York City to a cutting-edge concept store in Lisbon.

Here are five contemporary kitchen sinks from American Standard, Ruvati, Franke, Blanco and Kohler that do more than just washing up.

1 Pekoe Apron Front by American Standard

A traditional farmhouse sink with industrial edge. Rubber padding on the sides and bottom absorbs sound and vibration. Available in 30- and 33-inch lengths. americanstandard.ca

2 Workstation by Ruvati

Intended for small kitchens, this sink comes in two sizes: 38 x 38 and 38 x 51 cm. Accessories that sit along an inner ledge to create a prep station include a basket strainer, wooden cutting board and more. ruvati.com

3 Chef Centre XL by Franke

 

An integrated ledge and interchangeable containers and work surfaces turn this system into a customized command centre. franke.com

 

4 Precis U Low Divide by Blanco

 

 

A lowered, off-centre divide allows for easier cleaning of large pots and baking trays. Made from Silgranit, the double basin can be installed with the smaller end on either the left or the right side.          blanco.com

 

5 Prolific by Kohler

 

This 25-cm-deep stainless steel basin has three built-in ledges that accommodate racks, a colander, a washbin and a bamboo cutting board, seamlessly transforming it from a simple wash station into a multi-functional work zone. kohler.com

This story was taken from the September 2018 issue of Azure. Buy a copy of the issue here, or subscribe here.

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