The idea of “zero radius” means square edges and no curves on the sides or corners
This hard edge style — a top choice for contemporary kitchens — includes the square edges of a zero-radius sink. That was displayed in the black Poggenpohl sink cabinet. However, the elegant Planar PPX 211 TL zero radius stainless steel sink and companion drain board are by Franke. Zero radius sinks like this one have square corners and are the choice of modern designers. However, square-corner sinks are gaining favor in kitchens of every style as they help to update a look. The interesting thing about this sink is the very shallow drainboard that’s integral and takes up half of the space. It requires a pull down faucet with sprayer — such as the one installed here. And it’s incredibly handy for rinsing vegetables and fruit or any type of prep work.
The drawback with this type of sink is the potential for splashing. But it’s an exceptionally handsome choice for a modern kitchen — and not often seen. It’s also rather large — 1000 mm or 39-inches wide. For anyone who wants to maximize workspace by including it in some area of the sink, this Franke one may be a good choice.
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