Leading Swiss brand, Geberit delivers a futuristic flair to bathroom design with the launch of the touch-free flush plate, the Geberit Sigma80.
September 20th, 2013
Designed by Swiss designer Daniel Irányi for Geberit, the touch-free flush plate is “the evolutionary embodiment of seamless bathroom style.”
Exclusive to Reece, the motion sensors within the actuator plate respond to motion in full or half light fields, thus, the effortless wave of a hand can activate the flush mechanism. The automated sensor feature is also energy sensitive as the automatic standby mode minimises electricity consumption.
Available in reflective or black glass, the Geberit Sigma80 bends to personal style with a range of colours available including yellow, green, blue, pink, and orange.
A leader in innovation and design, Geberit has been engineering industry-leading products since 1874; collaborating with high profile designers such as Daniel Irányi, and Matteo Thun and lead designer of Tag Heuer, Christoph Behling.
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