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Minimalist precision bathrooms

With its new DuraSquare collection, Duravit sets new standards of clarity, precision and reduction

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Duravit bathroom with DuraSquare washbasins with L-Cube vanity unit and mirror. The DuraSquare back-to-wall bathtub is available with the new whirl Air-System for complete relaxation
Duravit bathroom with DuraSquare washbasins with L-Cube vanity unit and mirror. The DuraSquare back-to-wall bathtub is available with the new whirl Air-System for complete relaxation

Duravit, the bathroom products manufacturer, has introduced its brand new DuraSquare collection which blends the meticulous edges of the rectangular outer form with organically flowing inner contours.

The architectural design of the washbasins, handrinse and above-counter basins is seamlessly linear and finished with a high level of precision. Duravit places particular value on the parallel lines of the extremely thin basin walls, which are just 5mm thick. The smooth inner basin forms a soft aesthetic contrast to the precise geometry of the series.

The minimalist basins are made of Duravit's innovative ceramic compound DuraCeram. This material makes it possible to create easy-to-maintain above-counter basins with an extremely thin, yet robust rim.

  • The subtle shapes of the ceramic and console of the DuraSquare handrinse basin create transparency and lightness
    The subtle shapes of the ceramic and console of the DuraSquare handrinse basin create transparency and lightness
  • Precise lines and a warm, solid feel: freestanding DuraSquare bathtub made from innovative cast material DuraSolid
    Precise lines and a warm, solid feel: freestanding DuraSquare bathtub made from innovative cast material DuraSolid
  • The freestanding DuraSquare bathtub and washbasin sits perfectly with furniture from the L-Cube series
    The freestanding DuraSquare bathtub and washbasin sits perfectly with furniture from the L-Cube series
  • DuraSquare washbasin made from ceramic compound DuraCeram which allows for precise narrow rims, maximising the size of the sink
    DuraSquare washbasin made from ceramic compound DuraCeram which allows for precise narrow rims, maximising the size of the sink
  • Flexible, height-adjustable chrome console with optional towel holder gives a cool finish to the DuraSquare washbasin
    Flexible, height-adjustable chrome console with optional towel holder gives a cool finish to the DuraSquare washbasin
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Combined with the new matching DuraSquare furniture frame, the washbasins become a real highlight in the bathroom. The frame’s flexible base is height-adjustable and is available in either chrome or matt black. The furniture frame features a glass shelf, available in six different colours including jade, stone blue and flannel grey, which brings a unique splash of colour to the bathroom, and can be easily combined with all Duravit furniture ranges.

The design of the DuraSquare bathtubs perfectly complements the washbasins. Made from Duravit's unique cast mineral material DuraSolid, the range has a warm, pleasant feel and for the first time is available as a built-in version in addition to freestanding. Each can be combined with the new air-whirl system, ensuring perfect relaxation.

Harmoniously blending rectangular geometry and organic elements with subtle rounded details, the new Vero Air toilets are the perfect partner for the DuraSquare series.

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

 

Contact:

01908 286 680

info@uk.duravit.com


 

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