The washbasin is the starting point for
professional bathroom planning. It defines the place where we clean ourselves,
the place we frequent most in the bathroom. Bette is now introducing BetteBalance: four new
bowl washbasins made of glazed titanium steel, with which different areas of
use and style worlds can be realised in one design language.
Many materials compete for the favour of builders and
bathroom planners at the washbasin. In terms of hygiene, resilience and
suitability for everyday use, glazed titanium steel offers a good option here.
At the same time, it allows for a filigree design language, clear lines and
almost weightless lightness in design.
Basins without overflow
Developed for Bette by Tesseraux & Partner (Potsdam), the
BetteBalance basins have an ergonomically optimised, circular inner body with a
diameter of 395mm. The interior has been optimised both in terms of visual
appeal and also to minimise the splashing of water, as where there is less
splashing, there is less cleaning.
The central waste outlet with enamelled cover, echoes the large waste
outlet of the BetteAir shower tray. To
create a flawless, easy-care surface, the basins do not have an overflow hole,
with the waste remaining open, although covered, at all times.
Bette has designed four built-in and surface-mounted variants around the
bowl. The undermounted and built-in washbasins are the classics for
installation in bathroom furniture, whereby the slender rim has been created in
only the thickness of the material. A cylindrical countertop washbasin and a
washbasin bowl complete the range. The BetteBalance bowl basins are not only
available in four styles, but also in numerous colours, including matt colours
and sparkling effect colours.