The sink and the bathtub designed for Rapsel are inspired by the friezes of the Parthenon of Athens that where realized in the fifth century by the Greek sculptor Phidias. The idea of the dynamic movement of a swaying fabric got translated into a contemporary aesthetic language among the new products for Rapsel. The result is a dynamic form that in the observer's eye appears always different compared with the observation point. The sink and the bathtub were made of a high-performance innovative solid surface material, perfect for the bathroom ambiance. To obtain a technically flawless result there has been used complex processing with a 5-axis electronic pantograph. The result is an innovative sculptural form but at the same time essential and contemporary.