Vero Black. Designed by Duravit.
Besides the classic 60 centimeters wide, the washbasin is now available in new sizes--50, 80, and "an imposing 100 cm." Place it on the matching chrome console on two feet, whose railing doubles as a towel rack, and create a sleek combination of lines (and the console is height adjustable, a plus for the short and tall alike). The Vero Washbasin comes with one or two pre-punched tap holes that give you the opportunity to intensify the straight lines of the bathroom collection by using an angular faucet or to contrast the rigid geometry by using a curved fixture.
In the new black, Vero "represents exclusivity and sophistication." It also allows designers to play with antipoles: obviously, black sets off white perfectly, a classic combination that lends the bathroom high cinematic flair. This black-and-white scheme works particularly well with Vero's "classically angular basic form." The end result of marrying Vero Black pieces with sparkling white walls or floors is "purism with a touch of nostalgia, augmenting the scope of unique and creative bathroom design." Duravit sees today's baths and kitchens as experiencing a color revolution--after decades of preferential treatment for pure, unadulterated white. By offering Vero Black, Duravit seeks to encourage "dramatic ensembles with high contrast and radiant highlights."