Changing The Shape of Sinks to Come Sculptor and Designer Take Bathroom Sinks to a Whole New Level

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Last May, sculptor Neil Logan and designer, John Pehrson, of Bronze Innovations, invested everything they had to take their line of artistic, bronze bathroom sinks to the 2005 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show and Conference in Las Vegas. As the two men held their breath in anticipation, industry professionals applauded the elegence and style of these most unusual sinks.

Last May, sculptor Neil Logan and designer, John Pehrson, arrived in Las Vegas, U-Haul in tow, for the 2005 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show and Conference. The two men had literally worked day and night for four months creating a line of innovative, artistic bronze sinks they believed would revolutionize bathroom and powder room design.

While well known, established exhibitors sent entire crews to set up their exhibit booths, Logan and Pehrson changed into work clothes, strapped on tool belts and over the course of two days, re-assembled the complex display Pehrson had labored over for weeks back in Phoenix.

On opening day, the two men momentarily held their breath as they waited for a reaction from industry professionals . . . and they didn't have to wait long. Bronze Innovations, the little company from Arizona, was a hit. Designers, showroom owners, distributor representatives and the media were captivated by the elegance and style of the cool bronze vessels.

Jan D'Atri from the Arizona Republic said, "Breathtaking isn't normally a word I would use to describe a sink, but then I saw the basin by [Neil Logan] simply called 'Linen.' It's a 22" bronze work of art cast to look like a linen towel had been draped over the sink. It was the showstopper."

Peter Schor from Dynamic Results, Inc. said "The 'art in form' pieces would bless any high-end bath showroom floor! My #1 pick of the most beautiful lavatories at the KBIS Show 2005!"

Neither Logan nor Pehrson are new to the art or building industries. Logan has a long and successful career as a sculptor with several public installations to his credit. His artistic skills merged perfectly with Pehrson's background in custom home building and design. Together, they bring more than fifty years of business experience, skill, fine craftsmanship and imagination to the table.

Once the Vegas show closed, the pair headed home to Arizona where the real work began. In August, Bronze Innovations moved into their new offices on South Priest in Tempe and opened a branch office near Austin, Texas. A full half dozen new sink designs have been added to the line and a new showroom is being assembled.

Without a doubt, the seamless blend of beauty, drama and function in Bronze Innovation sinks is changing the perception of art in the home, thanks to two very determined creative minds.

For more information on sinks by Bronze Innovations, visit their website at http://www.bronzeinnovations.com or call 1-800-495-9920 or in 480-820-3347.

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