kb-network    News 04 Aug 2017
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Geberit have designed a new bathroom series that focuses exclusively on ergonomics.

Geberit have designed a new bathroom series that focuses exclusively on ergonomics.

From research done by Geberit, they have revealed that up to 90% of personal hygiene products and 50% of cosmetics stored in the bathroom are used daily, with items such as extra toilet paper, clean towels and cleaning products needed once every few days or weekly. The Geberit Acanto range responds to this research by ensuring that frequently used items are stored within an optimum reach zone – within 0.28m2 of an average adult’s reach. Other items, such as clean towels and toilet rolls, can then be stored within a longer reach of of 0.37m2 so they still remain accessible.

The new Geberit Acanto bathroom series is designed to meet the needs of the individual, with how we use the bathroom and what we store in it. The result is a range of furniture and ceramics that centres on ergonomics, ensuring that frequently used items are stored within an optimum reach zone to maximise on user comfort.

The Geberit Acanto furniture is not only stylish but well researched, providing a new level of functionality in the bathroom.

Geberit Acanto furniture is available in three colours – Lava, Sand and White – and the base units and tall cabinets have flexible interiors allowing a different arrangement of the drawers, compartments and shelves creating an uncluttered environment. A special feature is the addition of wall-mounted magnetic boards – enabling storage trays or boxes to be attached precisely where smaller cosmetic items are needed, transforming the mirror cabinet above the washbasin into a beauty centre complete with built-in magnifying mirror.

The range features various materials – glass, metal, painted and wood finishes – which combine in one series to create solutions that are both unique and highly durable.

Geberit | geberitcollection.co.uk