Creativity at its extreme, how else would you define this bathroom collection that looks like a record console from the 70s? Italian designer Gianluca Paludi has left nothing to chance: the sink resembles a vinyl disk, the faucet the arm that holds the stylus while the faucet knobs resemble the volume knobs. And the holes on the front panel? Those disguise a speaker. But it is not all: a mirror featuring LED lights that look like an audio equalizer complete the collection. Vinyl is made in Italy by Olympia Ceramica, a company based near Viterbo, in the Lazio region, about one hour from Rome. Founded in 1979, the handcrafted production of Olympia Ceramica guarantees high quality and attention to detail. The well-organized production process is strictly linked with the knowledge, precision, and creativity of the craftsmen, that are able to offer high-quality results on amazing and contemporary designs. Internationally known, Olympia Ceramica exports 70% of its production in 40 different countries.