Sottini has launched two new product ranges, Fusaro and Ellero.
Fusaro (pictured top) is an inspirational collection which presents bathroom professionals with infinite possibilities, providing endless product combinations of ceramics for design-led specification. It comprises a comprehensive range of 40 products which feature softer angles, finer edges, and contemporary curves. The range is made up of vanity and wall-mounted washbasins, as well as a selection of vessel washbasins and toilets.
Trend-led features such as slotted overflows and the more popular clicker wastes, make the Fusaro washbasins ideal for hotels, restaurants, offices and other high-end commercial environments. All elements of the Fusaro collection perfectly complement each other, making it simpler for designers to mix and match solutions. The range has been made to enhance any specification with its exceptional array of products, which is compatible with Sottini furniture, Mavone and Turano.
Sottini’s new basin range, Ellero (pictured below), uses the brand’s patented Diamatec Technology. The revolutionary ceramic production technique is a unique blend of pre-fitted clays and alumina that allows the company to manufacture very fine but extremely strong ceramic edges, creating extraordinary looking ceramics, which stand out in any washroom. By incorporating Sottini’s Diamatec Technology, designers were able to produce beautiful, ultra-fine, yet extremely durable basins. The basins come with a choice of overflow, no overflow, or overflow with tap deck.
Following the press launch of the Sottini ranges in London on 27th June, Katie Cope, Marketing Director - Sottini, commented: “We’ve used our unique ceramic design processes to create two beautiful ranges which balance practicality with elegance.
“Each piece in our Fusaro and Ellero collections has been made to inspire and has been developed with precision engineering and high design specifications in mind, ensuring each item is a truly unique statement.”
Both ranges are BIM ready and can be specified via .
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