Duravit has launched its new, patent-pending, C- shaped technology, which has been created as an extension of the Happy D.2 Plus series by Sieger Design. This evolution of the patented C-bonded process guarantees that the ceramic washbasin and furniture run in perfectly parallel lines with no overhang or recess and a precise gap of 4mm.
Made entirely of DuraCeram and specially finished, C-shaped has all the benefits of a ceramic glaze. It is robust and easy to clean, while at the same time offering new scope for bathroom design within the wet environment.
Pictured above is a Happy D.2 Plus bathtub in Graphite Super Matt (80), C-bonded vanity unit and metal console in Black Matt, furniture unit in Brushed Walnut (69), mirror in Radial finish and C.1 faucets.
Happy D.2 Plus is available in two new versions and is a continuation of the elegant, expressive style of the collection which offers a lighter or darker mood.
C-shaped is available with a ceramic, gloss white outer edge in combination with a vanity unit or metal console in chrome. C-bonded now comes with a new, rounded outer edge in the same colour as the vanity unit or to match the metal console in Black Matt. In each case they are based on basins with a narrow, typically flat edge and harmoniously integrated tap platform. The basins are available in three widths (575mm, 775mm, and 975mm). A white acrylic cover conceals the fittings beneath the basin, guaranteeing perfect aesthetics from any angle.
Specifically developed for the characteristic shape of the Happy D.2 Plus series, for the first time, the patented C-bonded technology enables the practically seamless connection of rounded ceramics with the new floor-standing metal console in Black Matt with integrated towel rail.
A further option is a seat (width 625mm) featuring an integrated drawer that can be added as a practical extension of the console on the left or right. Duravit also offers a cushion in matching greige made from a woven fabric suitable for wet rooms.
More at: www.duravit.co.uk
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