Manufacturer Duravit joins German designer Christian Werner to launch customisable Brioso bathroom furniture range

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Duravit's Brioso console vanity unit with new Taupe finish, shown with Vero Air above-counter basins and C.1 single lever basin mixers.
Duravit's Brioso console vanity unit with new Taupe finish, shown with Vero Air above-counter basins and C.1 single lever basin mixers.

Bathroom manufacturer Duravit has joined forces with German designer Christian Werner to create the Brioso furniture range. In a contemporary approach to bathroom design, the collection offers various individual design options. Distinctive features include precise, finely nuanced geometry produced by slender cabinet frames, which form the edges of the furniture, mirrors and mirror cabinets.

Adding to the appeal is the ‘pick and mix’ nature of the collection, with handles and feet supplied in matching or contrasting colours. A chrome option is also available, enabling the design to be further customised.

Brioso console vanity units are available in two thicknesses, with variable widths and two depths. Floorstanding (shown here) and wall-hung versions are also available.
Brioso console vanity units are available in two thicknesses, with variable widths and two depths. Floorstanding (shown here) and wall-hung versions are also available.

There are 15 different finishes available in a variety of décors, including wood veneers, matt options and high gloss finishes in traditional and on-trend shades, such as light blue or matt concrete grey, as well as a linen-look décor finish.

The washbasin vanity units are available in five different widths and the furniture consoles come in two thicknesses (30 and 45mm) and two depths, each with a variable width. All furniture comes with the option of one or two drawers. The tall cabinet and semi-tall cabinet in widths of 420 or 520mm offer additional storage space.

Duravit's Briosi bathroom furniture range includes a tall cabinet (shown) and semi-tall cabinet for additional storage.
Duravit's Briosi bathroom furniture range includes a tall cabinet (shown) and semi-tall cabinet for additional storage.

The Brioso vanity unit is available with a Vero Air c-bonded washbasin for a sleek washing solution. This complex process, patented by Duravit, connects the washbasin almost seamlessly to the vanity unit to create a perfect whole.

To complete the range, Brioso offers matching mirrors and mirror cabinets with a 60mm-wide, 300-lux LED edging light at the top. Lighting, dimmer function and mirror heating all have contact-free control. The cabinet trims, fitted to the sides, can be colour matched to the finish completing the fresh overall effect of the series.

  • Vero Air in a c-bonded version, which connects the washbasin almost seamlessly to the vanity unit.
    Vero Air in a c-bonded version, which connects the washbasin almost seamlessly to the vanity unit.
  • The handles and feet of the Briso bathroom range can be supplied in the colour of the carcase or in a chrome finish.
    The handles and feet of the Briso bathroom range can be supplied in the colour of the carcase or in a chrome finish.
  • Matching mirror cabinets feature a LED lighting strip across the top with contact-free control.
    Matching mirror cabinets feature a LED lighting strip across the top with contact-free control.
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The style of the Brioso bathroom furniture range makes it adaptable to rooms of all shapes and sizes and ideal for new projects and renovations. Brioso can also be easily combined with other Duravit collections, including Vero Air, P3 Comforts, ME by Starck and Starck 3.

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

 

Contact:

01908 286680

london@uk.duravit.com


 

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