Axa by Unoceramica takes bathroom design in bold new directions with strikingly innovative pieces – and the latest two ranges are no exception.
October 17th, 2011
The new X-Tre range is flexible, compact and comfortable. The modern toilet range, including back to wall and wall hung pans, are the perfect solution for ensuites, powder rooms and smaller bathroom spaces due to their reduced dimensions. Created in the Civita Castellana studios in Italy, the X-Tre range is defined by spectacular square yet soft lines.
The second new release from Axa by Unoceramica is the H-10 range. Designed by renowned architect and designer, Romano Adolini, H-10 perfectly complements the X-Tre range. Characterised and named after their chic flat surface, at only 10 cm the basins are ideal for those seeking a contemporary look. Available as both under and above counter, the H-10 basins will fit perfectly into any modern Australian home.
Readers can visit www.reece.com.au or phone 1800 032 566 to locate their nearest Reece showroom for further information.
X-Tre = Back to Wall Toilet Suite, Back to Wall Pan, Wall Hung Pan
H 10 = Basins available as under or above counter in sizes 400×320, 500×320, 600×320
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