In a nutshell

German company Bette launched the BetteCraft washbasin at ISH 2019 and won a design plus award for its artistic ‘shell’ design.

German company Bette launched the BetteCraft washbasin at ISH 2019 and won a design plus award for its artistic ‘shell’ design.

The BetteCraft basin combines the best of two worlds – the sculptural aesthetics of porcelain shells and the durability of glazed titanium steel, ideal for the bathroom. The German company Tesseraux + Partner created the design model which turned the steel into a rounded shape. BetteCraft is available in two sizes (350mm or 450mm diameters), and a variety of colours and finishes.

The easy-to-clean and long-lasting glazed titanium steel makes the basin shell highly practical for daily bathroom use. 

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