Collaborating with Sebastian Herkner for the first time, bathroom manufacturer Duravit has introduced the Zencha collection.
It is inspired by traditional Japanese rituals and tea bowls, combining above-counter basins with outward-curving edge with minimalistic furniture.
The basins are bulbous at the bottom and taper upwards with a curve and come in a curved square measuring 420 x 420 mm and a rounded rectangle measuring 550 x 390 mm.
Both are available with or without a tap panel and in White, White Satin Matt, Gray Satin Matt, and Anthracite Matt coloured ceramic and are covered by Duravit’s Lifetime Warranty.
Based upon the square above-counter basin, the bath is available in 1250 x 1250 mm, 1600 x 850 mm and 1800 x 900 mm, with optional air whirl system.
The modular furniture features a frame measuring 6mm, comprises vanity unit and wall cabinets and comes in White Super Matt, Taupe Super Matt, and Graphite Super Matt finishes.
In addition, designers can choose from feature doors such as Natural Oak and Oak Black, white plate glass and black textured glass.
Completing the collection, there is a separate mirror that emulates the contour of the round basins and boasts all-round LED strip which is sensor operated.