Geberit grows its offering with two newly-named collections – Select and Aspire

Geberit has extended its offering to architects, interior designers and specifiers following the launch of two newly named washroom collections. The wider product portfolio will provide architects with an even greater range of washroom solutions for their projects.

The announcement marks the start of an exciting new chapter for Geberit in the UK. The Aspire Collection is the new name for Geberit’s premium offering, formerly known as the Geberit Bathroom Collection. The exclusive collection includes well-known ranges such as iCon, Acanto and Smyle. Geberit has also introduced its pioneering bathroom innovation, Geberit One, which integrates behind-the-wall sanitary technology with stylish ceramics to generate more space, create additional storage and easy cleaning. The Geberit One range offers designers a wide choice of new slim furniture options, from a floating washbasin to a mirror cabinet with fully integrated lighting.

Alongside the Aspire Collection, Geberit has also launched its new Select Collection, which offers architects, interior designers and specifiers functional, affordable and on-trend design possibilities for the mid-market across its space-saving concealed cisterns and wall-hung technology solutions.  The Select Collection features the Selnova bathroom series, which incorporates a variety of different designs including Selnova Compact for smaller washroom spaces, as well as the Selnova Comfort accessible range for end-users with reduced mobility.

Mark Larden, Managing Director of Geberit, said,

“Everything is changing at Geberit. Whether you’re new to the Geberit brand or an existing partner, we’re continuing to optimise and evolve our products and services. That’s because we understand the importance of meeting the ever-changing business requirements across our sectors.”

“With the introduction of these new collections, we’re opening up a wider range of choice for architects, interior designers and specifiers across the mid-premium and basic-mid bathroom segments.”

“With all of this said, in many ways, nothing is changing. While we continually innovate and adapt, we also remain dedicated to working with designers to provide the same great service they have come to expect from Geberit, including planning and design, technical support and accredited CPD training.”

Mark added,

“From on-trend washrooms designs to cutting edge technology that champions hygiene and sustainability, we’re proud to be setting the standard for a new era in washroom design – giving architects more choice and more selection across a wider breadth of projects.”

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