Geberit has announced the launch of the Geberit Bathroom Collection, expanding its know-how into an exciting collection of ceramics, furniture and mirrors; ideal for residential projects and hotels.
With exciting design solutions for any space, the Geberit Bathroom Collection has a wide range of standard and short projection washbasins and toilets, bidets, mirrored cabinets and cleverly designed furniture with generous storage.
Innovations such as Geberit Rimfree toilets, Geberit AquaClean shower toilets, the Geberit DuoFresh odour extraction unit and advanced KeraTect ceramic glaze have been included in the collection for functionality.
The whole Geberit Bathroom Collection runs on the ethos of design meets function, which includes the sophisticated Geberit Acanto series where the development of bathroom ergonomics is taken to a new level.
Consequently, the furniture and cabinets are at the perfect reach height for various family members and compartments of the right size and shape to store daily used products within an optimum reach zone.
Additionally, further ranges includes Citterio, Xeno2, iCon, and Smyle, and a complementary offering of illuminated mirrors and mirrored cabinets is also available with Geberit Option.
Geberit UK Managing Director, Mark Larden explained that with Geberit Bathroom Collection it is now possible to offer architects, designers and specifiers a comprehensive range of products both in front of and behind the wall, meeting the brand’s exacting quality standards.
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