As part of its Design Days event, Duravit unveiled an entry-level bathroom collection D-Neo which is its first collaboration with Belgium designer Bertrand Lejoly.
Created to be timeless, the veratility of the range is demonstrated by its broad selection of washbasins.
These include built-in variants, assymetrical models, through to handrinse basins and countertop models, in a round or oval design, all with the design feature of a rim.
And the basins are complemented by mixers with a FreshStart function, starting with cold water flow when the handle is positioned centrally.
The D-Neo collection also includes furniture spanning 410 to 1400mm, in a choice of 13 finishes, including three wood-look veneers.
In addition, it also boasts a choice of baths with five built-in models, plus a freestanding model made from Durasolid and measuring 160mm long.
The built-in models range from 1500 x 700mm to 1800 x 800, with the largest model available with two sloping backrests.
A Whirl system is also available as an option on the entire built-in range, with six flat, water/air nozzles arranged in the side walls to create a massage effect.
Completing the D-Neo collection, from Duravit, all the WCs feature rimless technology and can be ordered with antibacterial HygieneGlaze, plus there is also a matching bidet.