SensoWash Starck f von Duravit

Everything becomes flat: The Senso Wash Starck f from Duravit

SensoWash Starck f von Duravit

It all started with the Starck 1 collection Duravit presented in 1994 together with French star designer Philippe Starck. In the past 25 years, some exciting products have been added, amongst others the shower toilet SensoWash. At ISH in Frankfurt Duravit and Philippe Starck presented a new shower toilet generation: the SensoWash Starck f – for which the French designer created the two versions Plus and Lite.

The technology within all components has undergone further development and has been reorganised to now house all technology within the ceramic body. The flat seat with a height of just 40 mm and the white cover located behind it form a flush-mounted unit. With its new, purist-timeless look, SensoWash says goodbye to its curved shape and reveals itself in a modern style. The shower toilet is convenient to operate via a remote control or – freely configurable – via an app.


The innovative remote control – also with a flat, elegant design – feels pleasant in the hand. All functions are controlled intuitively. This includes technical finishing touches such as the motion sensor for automatic cover opening, the user ID in the seat or a wide range of setting options for seat heating, for the shower flow, and the controllable hot air dryer. The associated app enables individual configuration of the shower-toilet, or it can be optionally controlled in the standard way with a remote control. Combined with the A2 electronic actuator plate, the flush function and odor extraction system may also be controlled via remote control or app.


The new Rimless technology and an optimized basin and siphon geometry provide a dynamic and powerful flush of water, that rinses the entire inner surface of the bowl and thus contributes to greater toilet hygiene. Just like the HygieneGlaze surface, which kills almost all bacteria within 24 hours. At night, the illuminated inner bowl provides orientation without interrupting the body’s response.