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Cecilie Manz expands Luv range for Duravit

Award-winning Danish designer introduces Almond Satin Matt shade and extra wash bowl sizes to the minimalist bathroom collection

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The Cecilie Manz-designed Luv bathroom range by Duravit: Precise forms and fine edges.
The Cecilie Manz-designed Luv bathroom range by Duravit: Precise forms and fine edges.

Danish designer Cecilie Manz has updated Duravit's Luv range of bathroom ceramics and furniture.

Vanity units are now available in a new Almond Satin Matt colour and there are additional size and surround options for the Luv DuraCeram wash bowls. 

Nordic style, with its muted colour palette, is an enduring interiors trend. Manz’s minimalist designs feature tactile materials in gentle geometric forms, evoking the Scandinavian concept of living with a sense of wellbeing.

Almond Satin Matt joins existing colour options White, Nordic White, Taupe, Stone Grey, Light Blue and Night Blue, enabling highly individual bathroom designs. 

The Luv range offers four console surfaces made from quartz or solid wood. Combined with soft earth tones, they can create calm, elegant interiors. 

  • Luv above-the-counter basins are made of DuraCeram, a material that can be used to create particularly precise edges.
    Luv above-the-counter basins are made of DuraCeram, a material that can be used to create particularly precise edges.
  • Simple elegance: Floorstanding Luv vanity unit, console and mirror with built-in light.
    Simple elegance: Floorstanding Luv vanity unit, console and mirror with built-in light.
  • Luv basins are available in White, Grey and Sand matt exterior surfaces as well as classic Glazed White.
    Luv basins are available in White, Grey and Sand matt exterior surfaces as well as classic Glazed White.
  • Designer Cecilie Manz: 'People in the north tend towards austerity and this is reflected in classic Danish design. I try to limit my objects to the essentials.'
    Designer Cecilie Manz: 'People in the north tend towards austerity and this is reflected in classic Danish design. I try to limit my objects to the essentials.'
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Oval DuraCeram wash bowls are now available in five sizes and four outer surfaces. Vanity units also come in four options, including a new 938mm-width version with a pull-out compartment or additional drawer.

Matching mirrors are larger and have additional features and a new 800mm width has been added to accommodate the new vanity unit size. All Luv mirrors are available in heights of 800 or 1200mm. The heated mirror and new switching function for coloured light can be controlled via a contactless operating panel, enabling continuous adjustment of the light colour for the upper illuminated area and ambient light.

For more information and technical support, visit pro.duravit.co.uk

 

Contact:

020 7253 3559

london@uk.duravit.com


 

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