This summer is a hot one. We’re desperate
to cool off – in the sea, a crystal-clear mountain lake or the sauna. Sauna? That’s right –
because if you want to cool down, there’s nothing like working up a sweat first.
If the sanitary ceramics and tiles harmonise optimally, then that's even better. This is exactly what ViPrint, the innovative, digital printing technology for ceramic shower trays from Vil-leroy & Boch, makes possible.
For steel enamel specialists Bette, made-to-measure bathroom items are by no means unfamiliar territory. Nowadays, about half of all the tubs, shower trays and washbasins that leave the factory are individual, made-to-order solutions. For both the bathroom planner and the end customer, this opens up totally new perspectives for bathroom design: a customised bathtub or cut-off corners that allow enough space for the bathroom door to swing open are just as feasible as an upstand that makes a silicone seal along the edge of the tub superfluous.
DuraPlan shower trays feature simple and timelessly modern design. The flat form permits a flush and aligned fitting with tiled surfaces. There are fourteen models in sizes ranging from 800x800 mm to 1600x900 mm.
With Fjord Duscholux presents a shower tray in an unique design. The asymmetrical position of the drain with cover in the same colour as the shower tray makes drainage technology invisible for the user.
Ultra-flat, extremely sturdy and stylish: That’s what the manufacturer of bath products Hoesch calls its new Muna shower trays. The special characteristics of the new shower tray series are primarily a result of the robust material and the cleverly designed shape of the shower tray. Available in a range of sizes and shapes, they are suitable for barrier-free use in every bathroom.
The enamelled shower floor panel “Design-Studie 20122” by Kaldewei in steel enamel blends with the bathroom floor in a harmonious balance, uninterrupted by an outlet, which is discreetly integrated in the wall. With this innovation Kaldewei wants to enable bathroom designers to devise new, aesthetic design concepts for floor-level shower areas.