Sleek and versatile, the Gap by Roca adapts to a range of possibilities.
February 1st, 2011
The philosophy behind Roca’s latest bathroom collection is ‘achievable design for all,’ and designer Carlo Urbanati has achieved just this with his range The Gap.
Urbanati has used vitreous china to create a classic collection featuring minimalist design and smooth clean lines.
In response to a growing consumer need for environmentally friendly products, all Gap WCs are available as a 4.5/3 litre dual flush.
The Gap has a total of 9 different options, including wall hung, cloak room, semi-recessed and corner basin.
Sizes range from a generous 650 mm to a compact 350 mm.
This wide choice makes the Gap range highly adaptable to each individual taste and need.
All wall hung basins feature ground bases, which allow for easy installation on a countertop.
The Gap range by Roca is the complete solution for the modern bathroom.
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