Beautifully styled Traditional Bathroom Elements
1930 is a set of beautifully styled octagonal elements, making it a timeless classic. The elegance of 1930’s period reflects in the clean lines, and art deco-inspired finish and stylish geometrical theme. The Duravit 1930 range consists of pedestals, washbasins, toilets and bidets. All the pieces in this range are exceptionally well-designed. The sink, for example, is streamlined but is still large enough for daily use. The toilet can be wall-mounted making it an ideal space saver. While the series draws inspiration from the past but incorporates cutting-edge technology.
Classic look created by the 8 sided shape is also seen in the shape of the WC’s of the 1930 range from Duravit. Creatively crafted by well-known designer Adolf Laos, toilets from 1930 series blend beautifully with most home decors. You can opt for wall-mounted toilets and floor standing versions that are elegant in their glossy white finishes and feature state-of-the-art, modern technology. Floor-standing toilets have ceramic cistern, available with 6-liter dual-flush system.
Bidets from this range offer Victorian drama and style but feature the very latest functionality. These bidets have been designed keeping in mind the comfort of the user and couple seamlessly with WC’s from the same range. Those customers, who are looking to have a Victorian toilet to match with their traditional home interiors, need not look any further than this range.
Began as a small earthenware manufacturing plant in the Black Forest, Germany, Duravit began to manufacture the porcelain products for which it is now best known, namely bathroom products, such as toilets and basins. In the 1960s, Duravit began to focus on sanitary products and found great success, becoming a limited company in 1988. In recent years the company has continued to go from strength to strength with the launch of numerous new lines of sanitary products, including saunas and pools. Duravit products are now available in over a hundred countries, with factories in Germany, China and Egypt. Duravit is well-known for using some of the world's best designers, such as Philippe Starck, Frank Huster, Matteo Thun and Sergei Tchoban.