KALDEWEI, Ahlen, March 2021 - Whether fine accents or special eye-catching effects – KALDEWEI washbasins are endlessly multifaceted. The basis of all models is the sustainable and hygienic material steel enamel. This also applies to the Cayono product family, which KALDEWEI is now completing with three purist washbasin versions. In addition, the Ming and Miena washbowls staged by Bryan Adams make a statement of “Natural Union” this year for hand hygiene in times of the pandemic.
Cayono washbasins in three versions for a perfect match in the bathroom
KALDEWEI is now adding the third product group to the bathtubs and shower surfaces of the popular Cayono series. Whether as a trendsetting washbowl, classic countertop or undercounter solution – with the three versions, KALDEWEI consistently transfers the clear lines to its washbasins. The Cayono washbasins combine puristic aesthetics with intelligent functionality: Combined with the generous interior depth of the washbasin, a comfortable spaciousness is created, which turns use into an experience at any time.
Thanks to their uniquely natural design, the washbasins made of sustainable steel enamel can be used in a variety of ways – whether in the guest bathroom or private spa, right up to the office and hotel sector. An overflow placed to the back of the washbasin ensures a consistently harmonious look. The generously proportioned interior of the basin makes cleaning particularly easy.
In interaction with the bathtubs and shower surfaces of the Cayono series, a perfect match is successful with a uniform design language. Straight lines, small radii and consistent geometry indicate clarity, harmony and stringency in an increasingly complex and hectic world. This creates unique moments of well-being – and that in particularly attractive price ranges.
Bryan Adams effectively stages the washbowl duo Ming and Miena
Further product highlights are the Asian-inspired Ming washbowls and the naturally puristic Miena, which the legendary musician and excellent photographer Bryan Adams has staged for 2021 under the motto “Natural Union”. His aim is to signal connectedness and an awareness of hygiene in turbulent times. Whether for a classically simple bathroom or experimental locations – the delicate elegance of the new Ming washbowl with its convex curved silhouette leaves room for visions that turn the bathroom into a sensual retreat. The models are available in lava black matt, black, alpine white glossy and alpine white matt.
Trend colour editions bring life to the bathroom
Miena skilfully brings accents to the bathroom with a new palette of strong blue and purple tones. The restrained design leaves space to play with colours and turns the bathroom into a cosy room with an individual character. Steel enamel also makes the experimentally coloured washbowls into an easy-care, durable piece of jewellery that cannot be damaged by continuous use. As a point of contrast, the trendsetting colour editions of Miena are intended to bring life into the bathroom. Available in a “Soft Touch” Mint, “Sweet Love” Pink, “Deep Dream” Petrol, “Navyblue” matt and in the new colours of the Coordinated Colours Collection.
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The new Ming washbasin bowl features a flawlessly glazed surface. Its shape reflects both the traditional and the modern.
The Ming is now available with four different colours: lava black matt, polished black, alpine white and alpine white matt.
Guided by the motto “naturally connected”, legendary musician and award-winning photographer Bryan Adams has artfully showcased the new Ming washbasin bowl, shown here in alpine white.
Guided by the motto “naturally connected”, legendary musician and award-winning photographer Bryan Adams has artfully showcased the new Ming washbasin bowl, shown here in polished black.