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Duravit's OpenSpace B shower makes the most of the smallest spaces
12 Oct 2015 . BY Kate Corney
The mirrored glass panels of the OpenSpace B fold back to give more room
Duravit has launched new profiles for its OpenSpace shower enclosure that can be entirely folded back against the wall after use.

OpenSpace B bathroom solution, which is designed to provide extra space and freedom of movement, offers a simple design.

It uses a slim chrome-look frame and glossy white inserts, which can compensate for wall unevenness of up to 20 mm.

The shower comes in four different dimensions ranging from 90 cm by 80 cm to 100 cm by 100 cm to cater for various room sizes.

Whether square or rectangular, OpenSpace B can be combined with a shower tray or placed directly on the tiled floor. No measuring service is necessary.

On one side, the optional mirrored door conceals the tap fittings and shower attachments, establishing a relaxed setting while making the room appear larger. The second shower door is made of clear glass. A lifting and lowering mechanism incorporated into the door profile ensures that both doors stop automatically in the shower

Shower accessories include a shelf, seat and handle with soft shower basket, which also serves as a door stopper with cushioning effect.
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