Dezeen Showroom: German bathroom brand Bette has listed a range of its bathroom fittings and fixtures on Dezeen Showroom, including a bath tub with a ledge that can be used to provide arm or neck support.
The ledge can be used to display and store toiletries within easy reach of the bather and can also provide arm and neck support when the bath is in use.
The BetteSuno tub is made out of glazed titanium steel that has a glassy, smooth finish, which comes in the options of Glossy or Matt White.
Also created by Barber Osgerby, Bette's BetteSuno washbasins share the same aesthetic language as their bath tub counterpart, with straight exterior sides contrasting with conical interior walls.
The basins culminate in a round plug hole and also come in Matt and Glossy White finishes. According to Bette, additional colourways will be added in the future.
Bette's BetteAir shower trays are also designed by Tesseraux & Partner, who aimed to diverge from traditional shower trays by integrating the tray into the floor like a tile.
The edges of the trays are seamlessly inserted into the floor, allowing for visual continuity between the shower and bathroom as a whole, as well as making them easy to clean.
BetteMono bath fittings are another range of bathroom products designed by Tesseraux & Partner for Bette, who aimed to create a holistic series of hardware to be used in conjunction with monochromatic baths and bathroom schemes.
The collection includes overflow and waste outlet covers for bathtubs that can be streamlined in appearance by matching their colours. According to Bette the products are hygienic due to their easy-to-clean shape.
The BetteBalance washbasin was designed by Tesseraux & Partner for Bette, which features a gently curved profile that uses ergonomics to minimise backsplash, according to the brand.
The basins come in sunken and countertop versions in an array of neutral and pigmented colours, which include Matt Black, Evergreen Green and Blue Satin.
Bette is a family business founded in Delbrück, Westphalia, Germany in 1952 by Günther Schlichtherle and Heinrich Bette.
The company specialises in the design and manufacturing of bathroom suites and fittings for high-end interiors and regularly collaborates with well-known designers.
To learn more about Bette, visit its website.
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