“Refined simplicity”. This is how Belgian designer Bertrand Lejoly describes his style and it is perfectly captured in his first collection for Duravit, the D-Neo.
Made up of a complete range of products for the bathroom, it also stands out for being attractively priced, promising to revolutionise the entry level segment.
Opt, for instance, for the eye-catching asymmetric washbasin, where the bowl can be positioned on the left or right.
Set it atop a vanity unit in the new Black Oak surface, featuring two racks and a drawer with ample storage space.
The latter is opened with an ergonomic handle in a diamond-black finish, its curves reminiscent of the console panel and washbasin.
Pair the set with a free-standing DuraSolid bathtub, ideal for smaller bathrooms given its length of only 1,600mm.
Lejoly has also designed faucets and mixers for the collection, done in straight-lined, geometric shapes.
Combine them altogether and the result is elegant yet expressive, belying the affordable price point that it is sold at.
This story is produced in collaboration with Duravit. It first appeared in Issue 120: June 2021.