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Rogerseller presents ’Projections’ and ’Nero’

Rogerseller leads new style direction in washbasins.

Rogerseller presents ’Projections’ and ’Nero’


February 9th, 2010

Two new luxury washbasin ranges by leading Italian manufacturer Catalano have been added to Rogerseller’s prestigious range of washbasins.

A distinguished synthesis of elegance, functionality and innovation, the Catalano Projections range of washbasins represent the perfect balance between compact sizes and high functionality.

Integral to the cutting-edge design is the refined basin height (a minimal 60mm) and finer edge profile creating a more delicate, sophisticated style.

The overall shape expresses lightness whilst its ample basin serves as practical and functional solution.

The Catalano Projections range demonstrates a harmony of proportions evident in its refined balance of shapes, materials and dimensions.

The range is available in 3 widths of 900mm, 750mm and 420mm. The Projections washbasins can be wall-mounted, semi-bench mounted and bench-mounted, with integrated custom towel rails.

Catalano Nero brings a sense of sophistication and strength to the bathroom, with black adding a feeling of perspective and depth to its range of washbasins and toilet suite.

A modern contemporary take on the classic square, the form and high quality of the Italian-manufactured range are further enhanced by a colour that creates an impression of distinction and prestige.

Available exclusively through Rogerseller, the 70mm and 50mm washbasin range can be wall-hung, bench-mounted or semi-recessed and is further complemented by a wall-faced toilet.


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