A professionally-planned shower area accounts for individual requirements for comfort and safety. Well thought-out accessories such as the handle, shelf and seat provide additional practical features for the shower area.
The minimalist shower accessories designed by EOOS also offer aesthetic appeal: holders in a glossy, chrome finish and shower baskets/seats in anthracite-coloured polyurethane come together to create a harmonious whole. The compact, rectangular handle is supplemented with a soft shower basket for care products. Attached by means of a concealed magnet, the shower basket can be removed for easy cleaning.
- Color- Anthracite Matt
- Loads up to 150 kg
- Material- Polyurethane
- Model No.- 791873
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Duravit India is a 100 % subsidiary of Duravit Germany. This bathrooms brand with a range of products in the upper to premium segment of the market. The company has a strong presence in the Indian market. It’s products are available at premium outlets catering to the building materials market.
Duravit India has a manufacturing set-up, and is part of Duravit’s global manufacturing base across the following regions:
- Germany (sanitaryware and bathroom furniture)
- India (sanitaryware)
- France (sanitaryware)
- Egypt (Sanitaryware and acrylic bathtubs)
- China (sanitaryware)
- Tunisia (sanitaryware)
In addition, the company has a distribution presence across 24 countries (including the manufacturing base countries).
Duravit product range includes:
- Washbasins, bathroom furniture, faucets, accessories
- Shower trays, mixers, screens and shower heads
- Water closets (WCs), shower toilets, bidets, bathroom accessories
- Bathtubs, bathtub covers, bath mixers, hand-showers
- Bathtubs and saunas
Duravit offers Architects and Designers designing tools to help them plan bathrooms spaces. It has solutions for bathrooms as small as 2.6 sqm. As a result, many well-designed bathroom are possible with Duravit products. This is especially useful for large cities where Architects and Designers find space constraints limiting their amount of design freedom.