Duravit has closely worked with renowned designer Christian Werner to come up with a range of furniture that does justice to the notion of “Brioso” – representing relaxation, freshness, and joie de vivre in a contemporary bathroom interior. Its distinctive features include precise, finely nuanced geometry produced by slender cabinet frames that form the edges of the furniture, mirrors, and mirror cabinets. A further distinctive feature are handles and feet that can be supplied in the cabinet color if required, offering functionality without impacting the overall design. Those who like a more striking look can choose handles – and even the legs – in chrome, potentially also combined with real wood finishes. The varied and customisable Brioso design options are excellent value for money.
The range has presence whilst also being reserved – yet another reason why Brioso can be so easily combined with a wide range of design series such as Vero Air, P3 Comforts, ME by Starck, Starck 3, and D-Code.
The washbasin vanity units are available in up to five different widths (400-1300 mm). This also enables practically asymmetric, half-open furniture to be created that further emphasizes the fresh look of the range.
The Brioso furniture range is part of the universal console program for even greater design freedom. The furniture consoles come in two different thicknesses (30 and 45 mm, each with a variable width) and two depths. They can be combined with vanity units in widths of 30 to 80 cm and console washbasin vanity units of 62 to 100 cm. All furniture comes with the option of one or two drawers. The tall cabinet and semi-tall cabinet in widths of 420 or 520 mm offer yet more storage space.
Floor-standing variants underline Brioso’s balanced proportions. Like the handles, the furniture feet are available in chrome or the lacquer furniture colors.