- Their Brioso line of furniture (pictured). A reference to the Italian word for "lively," Brioso integrates playful, monochromatic handles onto the furniture. The vanities and cabinets have the crisp geometry and the clean lines for which Duravit is best known, and each piece is available in a rich palette of colors ranging from classic to contemporary. Brioso is designed with users in mind and is complemented by many of Duravit's best-selling ceramics.
- Duravit's second new collection for 2018 comes from a collaboration with longtime design partner Kurt Merki Jr. - the XSquare collection is a modern approach to bathroom furniture with striking design at its core. XSquare's angular chrome profile accentuates the edges of the vanities and adds a touch of industrial aesthetic. Complete with mirrors, mirror-cabinet solutions, and storage cabinets, XSquare presents a design-savvy, stand-out collection - true to the Duravit signature.
Friday, June 8, 2018
Duravit Launches Two Brand-New Collections at the ICFF Show
Duravit launched two brand-new collections at the recently concluded ICFF Show in NYC: