Geberit has made a number of improvements to its product ranges across its Select and Aspire collections. These will bring architects, designers and specifiers an even wider choice for enhanced design flexibility in the washroom.
The European leader in bathroom technology and ceramics has added two new colours, Lava Glass and Sand Grey Glass. These are available as both flush plate finishes and options for the front cover of Geberit’s Monolith sanitary module range.
The Monolith range will also now include an additional two new finishes (Concrete and Stoneware Slate).
Geberit has also extended its Renova Plan range of bathroom furniture, with two new colourways and a series of product enhancements across the series.
The range is now available in Hickory Light and Hickory furniture colours. This is in addition to existing White high gloss coated and Lava matt coated.
An improved slim drawer system on the vanity unit also delivers a 2cm height increase for users, with internal panels also upgraded to match the colour of external panels across all products.
Sarah Hillsdon, Geberit UK Category Manager, comments: “These changes to our Geberit Select and Aspire collections enable easier upgrade solutions and bring a series of enhancements to add more choice for customers and clients.
“We are also delighted to bring in a series of tweaks to improve the products for end users. This demonstrates our commitment to continuously develop our bathroom products.”
Visit www.geberit.co.uk/products/bathroom-series/geberit-renova-plan for full details.
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