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With White Tulip collection for Duravit, Philippe Starck has created his first complete bathroom from a single source. The unusual shape of all components in the range follows the organic silhouette of a blooming tulip and unfolds in an almost sculptural way. Philippe Starck has devised two style collections for White Tulip, each opening up a variety of design opportunities: “Nature” for fresh, naturally inspired bathrooms and “Culture” as an expression of urban sophistication.

The miter-cut, extremely finely crafted edges are testament to the precise composition of the White Tulip furniture.

The floor-standing chrome console with wooden shelves is an especially stylish feature.
It can also be fitted with one or two practical round towel holders.
Matching White Tulip mirrors add the finishing touch to this sophisticated washing area.

A further option providing practical storage space is a combination
of the round furniture washbasin and the matching vanity unit,
in all White Tulip furniture surfaces, with open-sided racks.

A toilet and bidet in the unmistakable White Tulip style
harmonize perfectly with the striking ceramics.

Circular: the free-standing White Tulip bathtub with seamless acrylic paneling sports a spacious interior thanks to its diameter of 1400 mm.

The free-standing White Tulip ceramic washbasin is particularly
eye-catching: it takes the form of a tulip in full bloom.

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Designed in the style of a tulip in bloom, the round above-counter basin impresses with its aesthetic, delicately outward sloping edge. With a tulip-shaped handle that echoes the shape of the washbasins and bathtubs, the White Tulip faucets are easy and pleasant to use.

Expressive detail: the striking chrome handle can be chosen to contrast
with the matt lacquers and solid wood surfaces,
or produce a striking effect on high-gloss lacquer.

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