The German company Bette is launching a new range of circular bowls called BetteCraft. Combining a sculptural aesthetic with quality material, the agency Tesseraux + Partner based in Potsdam (Germany) imagines for Bette an object both design and functional. A pretty prowess made in Germany.
Each BetteCraft washbasin is shaped by hand as part of an industrial production method, then fully vitrified. This circular sink with delicate and concave side walls - a curved shape previously reserved for ceramics - combines sensual lines with a resistant and easy-to-clean material, vitrified titanium steel. Its refined curves also give the object its functional aspect, because the design of the basin was designed to avoid splashing water.
In addition to the traditional white, the basin and its bung cover come in a variety of colors, from simple shades to more contemporary shades such as the glittering Midnight, the matt Blue Satin or the shimmering Forest. A wide range of colors that offers a touch of originality to his bathroom.
Bette has therefore bet on aesthetics, durability and functionality. Whether immaculate or colorful, placed on a console or a piece of furniture, the elegant BetteCraft round basin is particularly attractive and practical. An ideal basin that will occupy a prominent place in the bathroom.
Founded in 1952 in Germany, the family business Bette specializes in high-end sanitary and bathroom furniture. Today, more than 600 different models - bathtubs, shower trays, washbasins, among others - are produced in Delbrück (Germany), thanks to a manufacturing process combining high industrial technology with craftsmanship. The latest BetteCraft range is also proof of the German society's desire to make the bathroom a comfortable and creative cocoon of well-being.
To learn more, visit the site of Bette