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Comfort for all the senses

With the P3 Comforts complete bathroom range, Duravit and Phoenix Design have created a modern concept of comfort without compromising on design

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The tap platform of P3 Comforts separates the wet and dry areas and provides generous surface area for bathroom essentials
The tap platform of P3 Comforts separates the wet and dry areas and provides generous surface area for bathroom essentials

The P3 Comforts collection from Duravit and Phoenix Design has simple geometric forms that have been modified to make them aesthetically calming and make them blend naturally into our living environments.

Tom Schönherr, co-founder of the design studio Phoenix Design: 'When it comes to comfort, people's needs go far beyond the purely physical aspects. With sensuous and practical design, it is possible to create a sense of calm and security within the intimacy of the bathroom.' 

The details are impressive: the raised tap platform on the washbasin – visually separated from the wet area yet still part of the harmonious whole – serves as a generous shelf surface for bathroom essentials. The broad basin appears almost rimless, while the volume of its interior has been maximised to provide greater freedom of movement. The clear-cut design ensures there are no unwelcome light reflections. Another practical feature is the pronounced depth of the basin, which optimises draining and facilitates cleaning. The asymmetric washbasin also offers additional storage space on the left or right of the basin, adding an interesting creative touch.

The design of the toilet and bidet blends in seamlessly with the style of the washbasins. Additional width makes sitting noticeably more comfortable. A number of the toilet models are rimless, with an open design of the flushing rim, which makes cleaning easier. In addition, wall-mounted and floor-standing toilets can also be combined with the especially flat SensoWash Slim shower-toilet seat.

  • The design of the toilet and bidet blends in seamlessly  with the style of the washbasins. Additional width makes  sitting noticeably more comfortable.
    The design of the toilet and bidet blends in seamlessly with the style of the washbasins. Additional width makes sitting noticeably more comfortable.
  • The shower stool also offers shelf space and  serves as an attractive design object in the shower.
    The shower stool also offers shelf space and serves as an attractive design object in the shower.
  • The asymmetrical vanity basin (1050mm width)  offers a generous surface area on either left or right
    The asymmetrical vanity basin (1050mm width) offers a generous surface area on either left or right
  • The rimless look and large radii at the  front maximise the inner volume of the  bathtub.
    The rimless look and large radii at the front maximise the inner volume of the bathtub.
  • P3 Comforts shower tray is made from the  innovative new DuraSolid® material
    P3 Comforts shower tray is made from the innovative new DuraSolid® material
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The rimless look and large radii at the front also maximise the inner volume of the bathtub. The wide, clearly defined bathtub rim offers space for tap fittings and bathing essentials. The optional neck rest lives up to the range’s name, cushioning the neck whilst also supporting the bather's head.

The special shower trays blend in beautifully with the overarching design of the P3 Comforts range. The easy-clean outlet has been perfectly integrated into the raised platform, emphasising the clear lines. They can be installed flush with the floor, semi-recessed or on the floor tiles with or without a support frame. The design was created with the new DuraSolid A material, which offers class B slip-resistance without additional coating.

For more information and technical support visit: www.duravit.com

 

Contact:

0845 500 7787

info@uk.duravit.com


 

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