Duravit’s origins date back to Hornberg, Germany in 1817, when Georg Friedrich Horn built an earthenware factory manufacturing crockery. By 1956, the production had evolved from earthenware to porcelain and the product range included sanitaryware.
The Duravit Vero range of washbasins is characterised by their rectangular shape and is manufactured in a variety of sizes and configurations including above-counter, vanity, semi-recessed, with a metal console, ground for use on platforms, washbowl without tapholes or ledge and a handrinse. Image © Duravit AG. Duravit