Modern pieces: ME and L-Cube by Duravit

Designers Philippe Starck and Christian Werner collaborated with Duravit to create ME, a line of ceramic pieces; and L-Cube, a collection of modular bathroom furniture.

ME by Philippe Starck includes washbasins, toilets, urinals, shower trays and accessories. Using a minimalist aesthetic, ME offers slender rim washbasins and slim edge toilets and urinals. The washbasins have an almost rimless appearance; while the toilets and urinals offer rimless technology (a first for Duravit) while providing a powerful flow. Bathtubs, shower trays, and bath accessories complete the ME collection.

Meanwhile, designed by Christian Werner, L-Cube includes rectangular and square units, including handle-free doors with self-close technology. The L-Cube collection comes in various sizes, finishes and colors. Vanity units range from 24 inches to 48 inches, and consoles have both 19-inch and 20-inch depths. Storage pieces can float or stand on a chrome frame. Tall cabinets come in different heights as well, and mirrors have an integrated dimmer on four sides. L-Cube comes in High Gloss White to Dark Oak Real Wood.

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Duravit is a supplier of sanitary ceramic, bathroom furniture and bathroom accessories with a history that dates back to 1817 Germany.

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