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Heightened emotions contrast with state-of-the-art technology, soft forms meet geometric contours. New trends in surfaces, colors, and materials round off the doctrine of holistic, individually designed bathrooms of a unique quality. With new bathroom series designed by renowned Designers, new faucet series, new shower systems, numerous technological innovations, logical additions to the ranges, and extraordinary colors and surfaces, Duravit is defining the future of state-of-the-art designer bathrooms.

The Vitrium range by Christian Werner is a minimalist design in which a variety of geometries and tactilely interesting materials create a bathroom for living: while the washbasins are made from DuroCast UltraResist, the console washbasins come with a fine metal frame and a choice of fronts made from backlit glass, wood, or various décor finishes. The result is a natural-looking ensemble that radiates coziness.

Shower System Shelf 1050 impresses with its timelessly modern design, individually adaptable shower options, and practical storage area. With the Shower System Shelf 1050, Duravit offers minimalist aesthetic with white glass and chrome in a practical all-in-one solution with thermostat, showerhead and hand shower, shower rail, and hose. The surface-mounted shower system is ideal for retrofitting projects and enhances the look of any bathroom.

Customizable bathroom range with clear references to nature – the Qatego bathroom series, designed by Studio F. A. Porsche, impresses with distinctive, pared-down objects that simultaneously exudes a sense of naturalness: wood, ceramic, and natural stone come together to create a harmonious bathroom design for an unmistakable homely atmosphere with skillfully accentuated niches.

Arranged like a Japanese lunchbox: with the new Bento Starck Box bathroom series, Duravit and designer Philippe Starck are making an unsophisticated design statement to meet the most exacting architectural demands. Inspiration is drawn from the traditional Japanese bento boxes that are subdivided into several internal compartments. Divided wet and dry areas within the clean, clearly structured wash places and bathtubs open up countless options for personal design.

The three new faucet lines – Wave, Circle and Manhattan – offer even more design options in the bathroom. With these lines, the complete bathroom manufacturer has expanded its product portfolio with attractive designs and sophisticated metallic surfaces – Brushed Stainless Steel, Brushed Bronze, Polished Gold – for even greater individual self-expression.

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