Published on : Monday, February 2, 2015
The gallery collection was originally introduced in 2014 with favorites such as Leaf, Surf and Serene, which is also available in platinum finish.
The super slim-designs are owed to a leap forward ceramic technology – the fine fire clay allows for more complex design such as that of the gallery basins- ultra slim profiles and complex shapes. The material is durable and light weight too, finished with a white glaze.
The leap designed that is created to the basin gives it a unique and ultra modern look. Splash depicts its name with a natural water-like structure, while Fresco Square and Fresco Rectangular are finished with rounded edges to give a modern feel.
“We really wanted to push the boundaries of ceramic technology to come up with brilliant designs that work well within the bathroom. Creating unique shapes really gives a dynamic to traditional white sanitary ware and adds a contemporary touch to the overall space. We’re thrilled with the outcome and really feel that both retailer and consumer will get behind this range and the new additions as the design really adds an exciting dynamic to the bathroom.” commented Marten Baker, Bauhas Commercial Market Manager.
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