BetteSuno washbasins by Barber Osgerby for Bette

Dezeen Showroom: design studio Barber Osgerby has created the BetteSuno assortment for German toilet model Bette, which incorporates minimalist free-standing and bowl basin designs.

The BetteSuno washbasins play with the fundamental shapes of a circle and a cone, combining a round outer kind with a conical form on the within that tapers down in the direction of the waste outlet.

The BetteSuno assortment features a bowl basin design

BetteSuno is out there as a washbasin bowl for counter tops or as a floor-standing design that cantilevers the bowl above a slender pedestal and that Bette describes as having a “sleek and sculptural look”.

The basins are made out of glazed titanium metal, a fabric that Bette says is powerful and sturdy, permitting the model to provide visually mild designs with slender edges.

BetteSuno washbasins by Barber Osgerby for Bette
The free-standing model situates the bowl atop a conical pedestal

“The gathering has a good looking, handcrafted character and its sculptural qualities are emphasised by the round and conical design,” stated Barber Osgerby co-founder Edward Barber.

BetteSuno is out there in shiny or matt white finishes, with additional color variants to return sooner or later.

Product: BetteSuno
Designer: Barber Osgerby
Model: Bette
Contact: [email protected]

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