Swiss bathroom manufacturer Laufen has launched six bath design lines, to add to its existing wellness collection now totalling 52 tubs.
The latest bath designs include Brook, Elgin, Linden, Immerse, Pebble and Verbana (shown).
Brook is a rectangular model, which has been designed to create the feel of a freestanding bath, especially where space may be limited, while Elgin is a Neo Classical oval design and has been created for modern and classic projects.
Linden is a minimalist design, which is available in freestanding, back to wall and corner installation options, while Immerse is a curved bath in a freestanding and a corner back to wall.
Pebble is a freestanding bath with a minimalist organic design, while Verbana is an oval shaped, freestanding bath.
Linden and Immerse bathtubs are made from Marbond, a composite acrylic with a gel coat layer which is claimed to be antibacterial and comes in a gloss finish.
Whereas Elgin, Brook, Verbana and Pebble are made from solid surface Sentec, a cast mineral material, which is reportedly non-porous and comes in a matt finish.
As part of the Roca Group, Laufen exhibited at kbb Birmingham and unveiled the New Classic by Marcel Wanders.