Presented at CDW, and created in collaboration with Bette, British design studio Barber Osgerby revealed the new BetteSuno bathroom collection.

The new collection includes washbasins and a bath in glazed titanium steel. Both are ideal for architecturally sophisticated projects, including in private homes, hotels and restaurants.

At the centre of the BetteSuno collection are two circular, one-piece washbasins: a bowl washbasin and a floor-standing washbasin

They share the same 340mm diameter inner, in which the basin tapers conically towards the waste outlet. Their design is extremely reduced and plays with the basic shapes of circle and cone.

“The collection has a beautiful, handcrafted character and its sculptural qualities are emphasised by the circular and conical design,” says Edward Barber.

Completing the line-up is a freestanding oval bath, measuring 1800 x 800 mm, with back slopes at either end.

It boasts a projecting flat rim to reference classic bath design, while offering storage and serving as a grab rail, if required

Floor-standing BetteSuno Basin  


A highlight in the BetteSuno bathroom collection is the floor-standing, 865 mm high “Pedestal” washbasin with its graceful and sculptural appearance (pictured left). A round washbasin bowl cantilevers above a narrow, conically shaped pedestal, which almost looks as if it is floating in front of the wall.

The pedestal is also made of glazed titanium steel and conceals the pipework and fixings and, thanks to its small “footprint”, takes up minimal space. The pedestal has space for a tap, which means a conventional basin tap can be used if required, as an alternative to a floor-standing or wall-mounted tap.

BetteSuno Bowl Washbasin


The BetteSuno bowl washbasin (pictured above) is also ideal for minimalist bathrooms, for example in washrooms in bars or restaurants. With its round shape, it sets its own aesthetic accent without pushing itself into the foreground. One basin can be placed on a vanity unit, or a number can be installed in a row on a washbasin top. Thanks to its precisely crafted underside, it sits on the surface almost seamlessly, whether it be wood, natural stone or another flat surface.


Jay Osgerby explains: “The form invites engagement, and its exactness is achieved through expert engineering and the use of enamelled steel, which is a far superior material for sanitary ware.”

Complementing BetteSuno, Barber Osgerby has also designed fittings for AXOR in the same design language.

Available from October 2023, the bath and washbasins will initially be available in glossy white and matt white, with further colour variants in the pipeline.  Further washbasin variants are also in the pipeline. All will come with a 30-year warranty.

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