The new opulence
Sergei Tchoban is known to be an internationally successful architect. He designed the Federation Tower in Moscow, the highest skyscraper in Europe and also the AquaDom in Berlin, the largest free-standing aquarium in the world. Now, he uses his talent to designed an astonishing bathroom range for Duravit: Esplanade – luxurious, spacious and visually impressive.
Tchoban deliberately plays with the splendour of times gone by paired with a touch of irony. So it is no coincidence that the floorstanding toilet resembles an ancient chair, the washbasin a chest of drawers and the bathtub a chaise longue. The Esplanade furniture is available in two completely different styles. Either in exquisite silk or comfortable oak wood panelling, blending the bathroom beautifully with the living area.
Esplanade takes your breath away with it’s generous dimensions: the washbasins are 600 or 850 mm wide, the floor-standing WC and bidet have a projection of 650 mm. With ample dimensions of 1910 x 1045 mm, the bathtub promises a majestic bathing experience. Even the finer details are thought to be spectacular; the high-quality leather handle for opening the doors and drawers is just as superb as the rest. Esplanade has a modern opulence that makes the bathroom feel luxurious and indulgent.