Flaminia’s Plate shower system reinvents the shower cubicle.
February 18th, 2011
The Plate shower system, designed by Patrick Norguet and manufactured by Flaminia, is not your regular shower cubicle.
Whereas conventional shower cubicles use acrylic, fibreglass or other man-made materials, Plate is produced in ceramic, lending a superior quality to the bathroom environment.
The shower base has a ribbed surface, integrated waste hole and splashback.
Ceramic slabs are available to complement the Plate system, specially designed to form a smooth transition between floor and wall.
Together with the shower base, the ceramic slabs create an attractive, easy to clean and functional shower system.
Plate combines the design savvy of Patrick Norguet with Flaminia’s sophisticated manufacturing techniques to form a stylish, functional shower solution.
Plate is available in Australia through Parisi.
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