Leading Italian bathware manufacturer, Catalano, have introduced the latest collection of washbasins to their impressive portfolio, Premium Up.
November 14th, 2016
Catalano Premium Up linear and functional washbasins are now available in Australia exclusively through Rogerseller.
The ultra modern Premium Up collection represents an evolution in design and applications of washbasins by including functional surfaces next to the bowl. Beautifully thin edges accentuate the design that is heavily focused on linearity while Catalano’s specialist glazing technique, Cataglaze, provides an ultra-smooth finish, complimentary to the sleek design.
The range exudes versatility, offering wall hung and bench mount installation options and right or left applications across four sizes, as well as the addition of a towel rail as an optional extra.
Cataglaze is a revolutionary treatment that improves surface hygiene, assists water flow and ensures lasting, unalterable brightness for the life of the ceramic piece. An immediately noticeable difference, the innovative Cataglaze produces a perfectly smooth surface, eliminating the micro-depressions of the ceramic, and making it 100% impenetrable and 100% bacteria-proof.
Unlike traditional glazing, the Cataglaze technique doesn’t deteriorate or lose its brightness. It preserves perfected smoothness and has a lifecycle as long as the ceramic itself. The technique creates a 100% bacteria-proof barrier and facilitates quick and easy cleaning, reducing the need to use harmful detergents and the pollution waste released into the environment.
“Knowing that Catalano always keep environmental sustainability top of mind throughout their manufacturing processes and in the products themselves makes their elegant and timeless designs even more appealing,” says Rogerseller Brand Manager Tanya Sharpe.
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