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The camouflage and military style is conquering not only stylists, models and catwalks, but also designers, arriving where you least expect it. Even the serious world of tapware has been infected by this gritty texture. At Cersaie 2013, the prestigious exhibition dedicated to ceramics for the bathroom and the building industry, an original mixer tap with an unusual and unexpected military colour was unveiled. The imaginative and provocative concept, which has attracted a great deal of attention, was created by the designer Marco Venzano, Nobili's creative director, who was inspired by the military style that has been so popular in recent months. The innovative Sand Camouflage edition mixers feature a unique hand made finish (the result of the airbrushing technique) and, just like the camouflage fabrics, are available in three versions: Green (in the classic forest green tone), Urban (featuring city grey camouflage) and Desert (ideal for perfect camouflage in sandy areas).