Duravit has worked with designer Christian Werner to design a furniture series that represents airiness, freshness and joie de vivre in today’s bathroom. The range stands out with its precise, finely nuanced geometry which is produced by slender cabinet frames that form the edges of the furniture, mirrors, and mirror cabinets.
Tone in tone
The handles and feet of the designer range are available in chrome and in the color of the carcass for eight decors. For the decor woods they are only available in chrome. Floor-standing variants underline the balanced proportions of Brioso.
Alternatively, handles and feet are also available in Chrome. These stand in elegant contrast to the colored carcass.
A total of 13 finishes are available in various decors including new, on-trend tones such as Matt Concrete Gray.
Brioso consoles are available in two different thicknesses, with variable widths and two depths.
c-bonded - a real highlight
As a stylish solution for the wash area, the Vero Air washbasin is also available as a c-bonded version in conjunction with the Brioso vanity unit. In a complex and patented process, the furniture washbasin is connected almost seamlessly to the vanity unit.
More storage space
The tall cabinet and semi-tall cabinet from the Brioso range provide extra storage space in the bathroom.
Wash area lighting, dimmer function, and mirror heating have a contact-free control. The cabinet trims fitted to the sides can be ordered to match the color of the finish and round off the fresh overall effect of the range.
The Brioso furniture has presence whilst still being reserved. Yet another reason why Brioso can be so easily combined with designer ranges such as Viu, Vero Air, P3 Comforts, ME by Starck, Starck 3, and D-Code.
As someone who says of himself that he is driven more by the heart or a gut instinct, it is important for Christian Werner to combine the rational with a sensual quality. In all his furniture designs, he tries to give emotions a shape of their own, to translate them into material.