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As modern life places greater demands upon us, we, in turn, also start to demand more. These demands also extend to the bathroom, which we expect to be attractive, inviting and also functional.

Duravit’s expansion continued in the first decade of the 21st Century with the establishment of subsidiaries in Turkey, India and China. The Duravit Design Center in Hornberg, Designed by Philippe Starck, was also completed during this time. The brand is currently available in over 100 countries. Duravit impressed the numerous visitors with its new products, high-class design and striking presence.

Duravit and sustainability.

Today, everyone’s talking about environmental responsibility – a practice that Duravit has championed for years in its selection of materials, technological applications and production methods.

Following a successful launch in 2013, Duravit USA, Inc. has announced its second annual Designer Dream Bath Competition. The program invites architects and designers to imagine their ideal bath space using a selection of Duravit collections, which include Vero, DuraStyle, and Happy D.2. Participants are asked to use their own bathroom as a basis for their designs, and must submit a rendering or sketch illustrating the potential transformation with the implementation of Duravit products. The winner will be awarded the Duravit items used in his or her project up to a value of $15,000.

The straightforward entry process asks designers to submit two views minimum (rendering or sketch and floor plan) and a “before” image, as well as a brief submission form including challenges, objectives, and project details. The submissions can be pulled from the Vero, Durastyle, and Happy D.2 Collections.


 For more information and relevant documents, please visit The 2014 Designer Dream Bath Competition closes for entries on September 5, 2014. The winner will be announced during Duravit Design Week, October 6-8 2014 at Duravit’s New York City showroom.

The Duravit Design Center, located in Hornberg – at the heart of Germany’s Black Forest – offers a very authentic Duravit experience. Designed by Philippe Starck, The Duravit Design Center showcases bathrooms, building history and design options over an area of more than 1,500 m2. Another option is to visit Duravit’s 600 m2 showroom in Meissen, where you can find out everything you want to know about our bathroom and wellness products. Both showrooms have one thing in common: they offer you an opportunity to create your very own Duravit dream bathroom. And—you can even try out the products for yourself! Why not make an appointment?