Flush-plates and concealed cisterns are not the most attention-grabbing details of a project. However in design, as Van der Rohe famously observed, it is in the details that God resides.
The question of whether one can make a small bathroom functional, without compromising on aesthetics, is common to anyone looking to renovate. Will the room feel cramped? Does it have to be plain? The answer is no. Combining practicability and visual harmony is possible, and actually not so difficult.
Concealed cisterns are becoming increasingly popular, not only as valuable space savers in the bathroom but also as a design choice, though they are not the most attention grabbing details of a residential or commercial project.
Throughout the entire Luxe development, Geberit was specified – functionality and aesthetics allowing the design freedom necessary in a high-end project like this one.
Geberit are large and long standing company. They are the European market leader in sanitary technology and have a strong global presence. So what makes them different? What’s the secret behind this particularly successful brand?
85% of Geberit’s products are behind the wall and they are a technically minded company. But they also recognise the value in aesthetics. This is why Geberit is entirely committed to their design collaborations; function must look good.
When Swiss plumber, Caspar Melchior Albert Gebert opened his first plumbing business in 1874, little did he know he was on track to create a legacy of more than 140 years.