The custom workstation kitchen sink for the 21st Century.
- The Evolution Sink by Rachiele has been granted three patents: D700,300 and D700,301 and D702334
"Congratulations; Evolution Copper Sink has been recognized by Design Journal and Archinterious as one of the best products of 2014."
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I believe this type of sink is best suited on an island. My new NexGen sink is a far better alternative for sinks facing a wall. I also believe the Evolution sink works best when it is 54" or larger. That being said, we have built plenty of 48" models. Oh, I must say that when my mother watched the video below of me cutting vegetables, she said "Where did you learn to cut with a knife??? You are going to cut a finger off!"
Three patents have been granted and there are more pending. The Rachiele "Evolution Sink" is now available on a limited basis. If you love to cook and entertain (like I do) you will love this sink!
Don't be fooled by other sinks offering similar designs. Ours is the only sink on the market with two interior ledges and a front to back dimension that allows you to put a faucet behind the sink in a standard countertop. There really is no comparison with the Galley and my Evolution sink. The Galley sink is virtually the same design as my original single tiered Signature Series Sink (a design that preceeded the Galley Sink). They simply made the flanges wider and exposed a portion of the flange as their top tier. I have never offered that option with my Signature Series design because there is no way to keep water from sitting on that ledge unless you wipe the ledges down after every use. I believe it to be an inferior design.
I do have to give the Galley Sink folks kudos though. Their brilliant presentations are stunning and their videos and photos are second to none. I don't have nearly the budget for such fine promotional work as they appear to have. (Yes, I am a bit jealous) They also seem to have a wonderful reputation - always a good thing to hear. Truth be told, one of my past customers asked for the serving tray option that the Galley sink has. I, however, believe I improved the design to offer clear polycarbonate trays and lids, instead of stainless steel, so you can see what is inside the trays when the lids are on.
The interface between the sink and the countertop must be sealed. The sealant may discolor or mildew over time and it may leak without giving much notice to the user. In my opinion, it is a poor design. Any sink with two interior ledges is copying my patent and trademarks without permission.