WET italia's HOST bathroom system connects wash basin and shower wall WET italia's HOST bathroom system connects wash basin and shower wall
jul 06, 2016

WET italia's HOST bathroom system connects wash basin and shower wall

WET italia’s HOST bathroom system connects wash basin and shower wall

 

 

 

‘HOST’ is a bathroom system which connects both wash basin and shower wall. the installation uses a deviator/mixer developed by WET italia, which distributes the water supply equally between the two components. the design avoids the need for any wall brackets providing a sleek minimal appliance which eliminates the appearance of distracting accessories. 

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all images © giorgio franzoni

 

 

 

the traditional shower uses a sliding bar which is normally mounted against the wall. ‘HOST’ – designed by jan puylaert and mariandrea zambrano – instead fixes the device onto the glass, keeping the area completely free of any unnecessary attachments. the apparatus uses a 3mm stainless steel mounting-plate that firmly places the shower wall against the wash basin which therefor avoids the need for extra wall-brackets. the unique mechanism produced by WET italia, contains neo-dimeo magnets to attract the head freely at the desired height.

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the glass wall contains neo-dimeo magnets which attracts the shower head freely at any height

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the WET system avoids the use of the traditional sliding-bar


‘HOST’ comes with a 3mm stainless steel mounting-plate that firmly fixes against the shower wall  

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‘HOST’ is equiped with magnetized corners to complete and personalize your bathroom
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integrated appliences for both wash basin and shower wall are complete with internal connections

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the deviator/mixer distrubutes water equally between basin and shower 

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‘HOST’ can be mounted in various situations

 

 

 

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edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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