Inspired by traditional Japanese rituals and craftsmanship, the new bathroom collection designed by Sebastian Herkner for Duravit is distinguished by simplicity and elegance.
Named Zencha, the collection consists of above-counter basins and a deep tub that are inspired by the hand-made ceramic teacups that the designer saw in Japan, complemented by a range of minimalistic wall-hanging furniture and a mirror lit up with LED.
Crafted from DuraCeram® and DuraSolid®, the basin and bathtub are dual walled with a rounded shape that opens into a graceful, outward-curving edge. The bathtub comes in Black or White, while the basin is available in four different colours: White, White Silk Matt, Grey Silk Matt, and Anthracite Matt.
The carcass and frame of the furniture come with an easy to clean surface and anti-fingerprint effect. They are available on subtle colours White Super Matt, Taupe Super Matt, and Graphite Super Matt.
Both the sanitary objects and furniture are manufactured at Duravit’s production facilities in Homberg and Schenkenzell in the Black Forest and are finished by hand.
Other ranges from Duravit tie in with the Zencha aesthetic: the wall-mounted Happy D.2 toilet with matching bidet and the SensoWash® shower toilet, both by Philippe Starck. For the basin, either the C.1 or the White Tulip faucet is a perfect match.
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