Lengthy a leader in the realm of higher-finish home and specialist sink style, Blanco, based in the tiny town of Oberderdingen, Germany, is at it once again with this new product, the Modex sink (shown here with its matching Alta faucet). Installed as an above-counter fixture with a far more vertical profile than most counter-mounted sinks, the Modex exudes each minimalism and design power. The Modex’;s design is the product of a clever rethinking of the space around a conventional sink, which frequently becomes covered with water or meals particles all through the preparation of a meal. To the basin’;s left, an angled tray funnels excess water down towards the drain without any mechanical interaction. Gravity alone does the operate of ridding of waste water, and the side tray isn’;t restricted to that objective alone, either. The sink comes with a fitted and leveled cutting board mounted above the angled platform, transforming that location into extra counter space with direct disposal of scraps as necessary. Down inside the basin, the cap of the actual drain assembly is wide and crafted of stainless steel, with an incredibly little clearance to maintain unwanted particles from entering. In a kitchen with light counters, the drain of a black Modex connects the sink structure to the fixtures about it. The sink comes in 6 colors, all of which are completed with protection against chipping or wear, with special consideration paid to reaction with food components that might slowly deteriorate other finishes. All of these are coated in a layer of bacteria-resistant materials as nicely, keeping the sink and its side assembly clean for meals preparation.