Adding elegance: Happy D.2 by Duravit

Duravit has launched Happy D.2, a complete bathroom solution designed by Sieger Design.

Happy D.2 has sleek shapes achieved through rounded corners and fine radii.

The Happy bathtub by Duravit has built-in and freestanding versions, offering a number of options, including neckrest and two backrest slopes.


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The Happy D.2 washbasins are available as furniture washbasin with matching vanity unit or metal console, in an above-counter version or as classic washbasin in combination with pedestal or siphon cover. The basin seems to lift visually from the wall, creating an almost floating effect.

There is also Happy D.2 bathroom furniture. The characteristic design continues within Happy D.2's furniture range. The new Linen furniture finish introduces a textured and visual elegance into the bathroom, and provides a contrast to the white of the ceramic and baths. The slim furniture consoles feature a height of only 12 mm. In addition, the wall boards offer practical storage space which are available in various widths.

Meanwhile, the Happy D.2 toilet and bidet are available as wall-mounted, floor-standing and back-to-wall options, both with and without the SoftClose seat function. The toilets can also be combined with the SensoWash Starck shower-toilet seat. The open design of the flushing rim enables an innovative water flow. Thanks to 4.5-l technology, even a small amount of water allows flushing. Due to its open and easily accessible rim area, it is also easier to keep the bowl clean.

Photo credit: Duravit

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