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Select and Aspire: Geberit grows washroom offering

The two newly named bathroom ranges offer architects additional design solutions for luxury and mid market projects

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Geberit ONE: Integrating many components behind the wall creates an understated appearance, improved cleanliness and more space and flexibility in the bathroom.
Geberit ONE: Integrating many components behind the wall creates an understated appearance, improved cleanliness and more space and flexibility in the bathroom.

Geberit has launched two newly named washroom collections, widening its product portfolio to give architects a greater choice of bathroom solutions.

It has expanded its high-end offering, which is now known as the Aspire Collection. This includes ranges such as Acanto, Smyle and the iCon bathroom series.

Geberit has also introduced Geberit ONE, a combination of behind-the-wall sanitary technology and stylish ceramics. Everything from the bathroom cabinet to the basin is integrated into the pre-wall for a minimalist look and easy cleaning.

Geberit ONE offers architects innovative ways of optimising space and comes in a choice of slim furniture options, from a floating washbasin to a mirror cabinet inset into the pre-wall with fully integrated lighting.

The company's new Select Collection features functional, affordable and on-trend designs for the mid market across its range of space-saving concealed cisterns and wall-hung technology.

It features the Selnova bathroom series, which incorporates Selnova Compact for smaller washroom spaces and the Selnova Comfort accessible range for those with reduced mobility.

  • The iCon bathroom series is part of Geberit's newly named Aspire Collection.
    The iCon bathroom series is part of Geberit's newly named Aspire Collection.
  • Geberit Selnova Compact from the Select Collection for stylish small spaces.
    Geberit Selnova Compact from the Select Collection for stylish small spaces.
  • Geberit’s iCon series features reduced depth washbasins and clever solutions for corners, such as short projection WC pans.
    Geberit’s iCon series features reduced depth washbasins and clever solutions for corners, such as short projection WC pans.
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Geberit solutions enable architects to harness new ideas and create inspirational spaces that achieve functional goals through high-quality design.

The company's 150 years of innovation, know-how and investment keeps it at the forefront of bathroom technology - behind the wall and in front of the wall. It aims to continually redefine the washroom with products that offer new design possibilities and lead the way in championing hygiene and sustainability.

From on-trend designs to cutting-edge technology, Geberit gives architects more choice across a wider breadth of projects. The company can advise on planning and design and offers technical support as well as accredited CPD training.

For more information and technical support, visit geberit.co.uk/ourcollections

 

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01926 516800


 

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