Duravit has worked with designer Christian Werner to design a furniture series that represents airiness, freshness and joie de vivre in today's bathroom. The range stands out with its precise, finely nuanced geometry which is produced by slender cabinet frames that form the edges of the furniture, mirrors, and mirror cabinets.
However, individuality does not mean making an impression with all means. Simply an ambiance which reflects itself, gives your personality air to breathe and space to do your own thing. Such as DuraStyle: Designed by Matteo Thun & Partners, the range of bathrooms is revealed as deliberately discreet - and blends harmoniously into practically any ambiance for this very same reason.
This is how designer Christian Werner describes the vision that gave rise to L-Cube - a bathroom furniture program that eliminates all unnecessary elements to achieve the ultimate in simplistic beauty. With fewer "distractions", the bathroom user is inspired to truly relax and unwind. The geometry of the sleek, rectangular furniture fronts remain uninterrupted by hardware.
The unusual design of the Luv series, designed by Cecilie Manz, combines Nordic minimalism with timeless elegance. Gentle forms follow a stringent geometry. Luv is defined by precise, clear and fine forms and edges. The designer's original vision for this range was a bowl filled with water on a table. The result is a new design language that, both minimalist and elegant, can be interpreted in a highly individual manner.
New interpretation of timeless geometry: The consistently rectangular design language of the Vero bathroom range from 2001 is one of the classics in the Duravit program. And now it's time for Vero Air: Thanks to today's technical options, Vero Air is a complete bathroom collection that combines the unmistakable character of the original with a new level of precision and perfect proportions.
X-Large bathroom furniture
Offering plenty of extra storage space and extra elegance, the X-Large furniture series is popular with instinctive good taste. And they can now develop this even further with the X-Large series, which Duravit now has completely re-interpreted. Great in terms of function but even more sophisticated in terms of form.
The XSquare bathroom furniture range combines different materials to produce something quite new. The wooden finishes of the cabinets and vanity units contrast with the striking chrome profiles that feature throughout the range and lend it an exciting, high-class style.
The post-industrial elegance of the pieces emerges from the interaction of soft, organic forms with a precise geometry and details finished to a previously unattainable level of perfection. Sharp contrasts arise from surfaces that combine the finest ceramics, glass and metal with matt lacquers or high-quality woods.