Infinite possibilities

Sottini's new bathroom ranges feature finer edges and contemporary curves, offering specifiers multiple product combinations and maximum design flexibility

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Fusaro basin shapes include refined ovals, circles, rectangles and squares to realise every interior vision.
Fusaro basin shapes include refined ovals, circles, rectangles and squares to realise every interior vision.

Sottini, the Italian-inspired bathroom brand known for its elegantly crafted products, has launched two new ranges, Fusaro and Ellero.

Fusaro is an inspirational collection that offers bathroom professionals endless product combinations for design-led specifications. It features vanity, wall-mounted and vessel washbasins and toilets with softer angles, finer edges and contemporary curves. Trend-led features, such as slotted overflows and clicker wastes, make it ideal for hotels, restaurants, offices and other high-end commercial environments.

Sottini’s new basin range, Ellero, uses patented Diamatec technology that combines pre-fitted clays with alumina. It is a ceramic production technique that allows its designers to create produce beautiful, ultra-fine, yet extremely durable basins, making Ellero products perfectly suited for a wide range of commercial and residential applications. 

  • Ellero features Diamatec – an exceedingly durable ceramic material that includes finely ground alumina to give the structure an unexpected degree of resilience.
    Ellero features Diamatec – an exceedingly durable ceramic material that includes finely ground alumina to give the structure an unexpected degree of resilience.
  • Fusaro offers a range of elegant, beautifully balanced ceramics that combine the precise with the sensory.
    Fusaro offers a range of elegant, beautifully balanced ceramics that combine the precise with the sensory.
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For more information and technical support, visit: sottini.co.uk

 

Contact:

0800 834 226

Sottinisales@sottini.co.uk


 

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