Smooth offering: Namur by HOESCH

German brand HOESCH introduced Namur, a new freestanding and oval-shaped bathtub made from a dolomite mineral composite called Solique that keeps the water in the tub warm for longer. Solique is made by combining materials that are resistant to abrasion and deterioration. At the same time, Namur has a smooth and shiny surface. The design has an optional back-rest in classic black, which can be adjusted individually. In addition to white, Namur is also available in six earth tones and comes in four sizes: 1700 by 750 millimeters, 1800 by 800 millimeters, 1800 x 900 mm and 1900 by 900 millimeters.

Headquartered in Kreuzau near Düren, HOESCH is a manufacturer of bath and wellness products with a history that dates back to 1742.  

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