Washroom hygiene is the result of visual appeal and practicality. Developed by Prof. Frank Huster, the Architec ceramic range is compliant with philosophy. The circle and square: two basic architectural elements that sufficed in creating a straight-lined, modern, abundant product range for almost any intended use, whether private, public or barrier-free. The unusual diagonal cut of the Architec washbasin allows not only a generous storage surface but also more space in a smaller area.
Architec Vanity basin countertop basin, with overflow, without tap platform, outside fully glazed, 470 mm. Architec. Hotel St. Martin’s Lane, London. Hong Kong International Airport Chek Lap Kok. The new Reichstag building, Berlin... The list of world-famous addresses and buildings fitted with Duravit products is too long to cite here in full. This should come as no surprise: Those concerned with architecture and interior design simply cannot overlook the diversity of Duravit’s product range. Duravit has taken the initiative. Because hygiene is not a matter of chance. Rather, it is the result of functionality and design. These principles apply not only to the public and semi-public sector, but to private bathrooms as well. See for yourself.