It is named after the tilde, the Spanish writing sign that overlaps with the “n” and is reproduced in the lower part of the spout, creating a small arch that halves its thickness. 

We started with the circular line, focusing on the movement of the lever and the spout: the two elements to which we wanted to give more character. 

We eliminated the usual 25-degree cut on the back of the lever, replacing it with a sliding system. This solution gives the mixer a clean aesthetic and agile elegance: the components are in perfect continuity.

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