White Tulip is the first complete bathroom range created entirely by Philippe Starck for Duravit, which was launched at its Design Days event.
It spans ceramics, furniture, bath, brassware and accessories which echo the organic silhouette of a tulip in bloom.
Providing a sculptural feel, White Tulip has been created to blend into a variety of interiors from an urban loft through to a country house.
It boasts a monolithic, free-standing ceramic washbasin, which can be attached to the wall or floor, as well as round above-counter basin, right-angled model and hand rinse option in two sizes.
The White Tulip style is carried through to freestanding and wall-mounted WCs, which boast HygieneFlush technology, as well as a matching urinal.
Creating a water vortex to clean the bowl, HygieneFlush operates using 4.5 litres of water and the WC also boasts HygieneFlush ceramic glaze, which reportedly ensures 90% of bacteria is eradicated after six hours.
Freestanding bathtubs mirror the form of the ceramic, and come in round or oval versions.
White Tulip also offers a choice of corresponding furniture, which comes in widths of 350mm to 1300mm, with semi-tall cabinets in high gloss, satin matt lacquer or wooden finishes of Natural Oak or American Walnut.
Designers can also opt for a matching vanity or floorstanding chrome console with wooden shelves and a choice of one or two round towel holders.
The first range of taps developed by Philippe Starck for Duravit are also included in the collection, and come in three washbasin mixer heights, as well as bath and shower options, all with Tulip-shaped handles.
Completing the range is matching mirrors which can be controlled by sensors or an app, with lighting that can be synchronised with other lamps and connected within the home.