The Vero Air washbasins boast streamlined surfaces, small and exact radii, optimised proportions and narrow edges.
Slim, precise, completely streamlined. The Vero washbasins have been touched up and refined to create Vero Air. The new features include the slight lowering of the rear rim of the inside basin and the repositioning of the outlet.
Vero Air can be combined with the vanity units and tall cabinets from the Vero furniture programme to create a complete bathroom range with a strong, design-focused identity. The Vero furniture was adapted specially – a minimised overhang of just a few millimetres compared to the vanity units emphasises the linear design. Numerous individual solutions are possible.
DURAVIT VERO AIR 600X380MM COUNTER TOP BOWL
COUNTER TOP BASIN
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Founded as a small earthenware factory in 1817 by Georg Friedrich Horn in the Black Forest, Duravit did not begin to produce sanitary fixtures until the early 20th century, such as sinks, bidets, and toilets. In the 1980s, the product line was expanded to offer bathroom accessories. The 1980s and 1990s were also characterised by various corporate acquisitions, including "Ceramique de Bischwiller" in 1991, "MISR TECH" in 1999, and a partial stake in Laufen. This period also saw the further growth of product lines, including the introduction of bathroom furniture. In 1994, Duravit opened a new, modern plant for the production of sanitary ceramics.
Duravit's expansion continued in the first decade of the 21st Century with the establishment of subsidiaries in Turkey, India and China. The Duravit Design Center in Hornberg, designed by Philippe Starck, was also completed during this time. The brand is currently available in over 130 countries.