Darling New – a design classic

New additions to meet the highest requirements

In association with

Darling New is a Duravit design classic. Developed in collaboration with sieger design, new products have been added to this already extensive bathroom series to meet the most sophisticated design and comfort requirements.

Four Darling New furniture washbasins ranging in width from 520mm to 1020mm can now be combined with vanity units from the L-Cube bathroom furniture series in more than 30 different finishes. There is also a choice between wall-mounted and floor-standing variants with adjustable chrome feet, as well as single drawer or two pull-out units.

In addition, washing area solutions are available in practical widths of 800mm and 1000mm. Here, the ceramic Darling New furniture washbasin is connected to the surface of the L-Cube vanity unit using ‘c-bonded’ technology to create a perfect whole. The actual thickness of the DuraCeram washbasin, which is hidden from view, is polished to a precise rim. The inside bowl has no overflow and the ceramic waste cover adds the perfect finishing touch to the clean, purist design.

The Darling New family now includes a wall-mounted toilet with a 57cm projection. The open design of the flushing rim offers optimum flushing results with just 4.5 litres of water. In combination with the SensoWash Slim shower-toilet seat it provides extra comfort. It is also optionally available with the HygieneGlaze anti-bacterial ceramic glaze.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.duravit.co.uk or www.pro.duravit.co.uk.

 

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