Geberit is a European leader in the field of sanitary products having been founded in 1874. The company is a Swiss multinational group specialising in the manufacturing and supply of sanitary parts and related systems.
They operate as an integrated group with a very strong local presence in most European countries, providing unique added value when it comes to sanitary technology and bathroom ceramics.
With their headquarters in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland, their production network encompasses 35 production facilities and they employ more than 12,000 people in over 40 countries.
Catalogue & Downloads
|Geberit Acanto Brochure 2019||2.23 MB||09-Jan-2020|
|Geberit Clean Drains Solutions for Wetrooms 2019||1.70 MB||09-Jan-2020|
|Geberit Aquaclean 2019||2.14 MB||09-Jan-2020|
|Geberit Innovations for your Bathroom 2019||7.18 MB||09-Jan-2020|
Projects Featuring Geberit
Granville Road, Bath, Housing Development
A mid-high end housing development/new builds in Bath with 4-5 bathrooms per plot. Beautiful detached new builds with a small downstairs cloakroom and a range of elegant en-suites and a bathroom. Tiled boxing is a easy solution that helps to hide the toilet frame and pipework. Additional mood lighting was added underneath the furniture to give a relaxing atmosphere.
Winterfold, Lansdown, Bath
This high end project featured top of the range products and a clever wetroom shower set up where the half height wall and bespoke glass gives some privacy whilst allowing natural daylight in. The addition of light strips under the furniture and and above the toilet gives a luxurious finishing touch.
Lansdown Ridge, Bath, Housing Development
This high end new build housing development had 3-5 bathrooms per plot. The fitted furniture was preferred to conceal the pipework whilst giving practical storage. Adding small lights to the furniture plinth and bath panel can add a glamorous appearance.
With the most spectacular views in Bath, Landsdown ridge is an extremely prestigious development. The specification on the build is very high and most of the houses in the development were pre-sold before they were even built.
The thorough methods of the bathroom fitter employed by the developers on this installation made working with the clients a dream. The products for the unsold houses were selected for their durability and general aesthetic appeal whilst each of the clients that had purchased before the building commenced had the opportunity to customise their bathrooms.
Housing Development, Tyning Road, Bathampton
A perfect example of a mid-high end new build housing development of plots with 4-5 bathrooms. The large double basin and wall hung vanity unit in the master en-suite gives the feeling of opulence. The ready assembled fitted furniture used in the other bathrooms helps hide the pipework and adds also ticks the box for the requirement for much needed storage with our modern day lifestyles.
The lighting under the furniture gives subtle mood lighting which can be extremely useful when using the room in the night or when winding down in the bathtub.
This project was for a stunning villa near Wadebridge, Cornwall with 3 bathrooms.
There has been some boxing created behind the toilet to house the toilet frame/cistern and to conceal the pipework. An useful access hatch has been created in this boxing for maintenance which is open in the main photo.
The large slim white shower tray blends well with the white carrara effect tiles which also make the room feel bright and airy.
In the other shower room the pentagonal shower enclosure gives good access to the toilet and basin area with the angled off corner reducing the chance of kicking the corner of the tray or colliding with the glass.
The sloping ceiling caused a few complications with this shower room design which meant that a bespoke shower enclosure was needed. A digital shower was also used which took advantage of the roof space above. The coloured and textured shower tray blended well into the floor tiles and has anti-slip properties. Being a tray with no tiles or grout lines means it is far easier to keep clean compared to wetroom trays.
The gorgeous wall hung basin has a very handy slab to the side of it for resting toiletries and the vanity unit below has an aluminium, handle-less drawer front which is very water resistant. The illuminated mirror with demister pad and bluetooth connection with speakers also has task lighting and for mood lighting there is a wall light above. For even more storage there is a wall mounted tall boy to the side.
Belcombe Place, Bradford-on-Avon
This bathroom has a dazzling appearance when you walk into the room that is mainly due to the perfect use of mood lighting. The waterproof LED lights have been used to great affect around the bottom of the bath, under the wall mounted vanity unit and in the shower recess boxes which all face downwards (meaning you can’t see the light source) and gives a high quality finish to the room.
The illuminated mirror also has the same backlit style which continues the theme and also has a contactless sensor switch and demister pad to make sure it is steam free.
The wall hung toilet has the frame and cistern hidden in some tiled boxing directly behind it keeping the room contemporary and minimal. What would be wasted space above the toilet boxing has been converted into storage with a mirror cabinet.
The wetroom shower area has a larger fixed glass panel and to reduce the water splashing out it has a smaller hinged glass panel that can be rotated as required. The shower valve is at the entrance so that it can be turned on without a shocking splash of cold water. As well as practical shower handset they have a luxurious drench head with both rainfall and waterfall function.
In the master en-suite and bathroom there are wide, bespoke wall hung vanity furniture units and double vessel basins which allow for storage and a practical worktop to rest all your toiletries.
The illuminated mirrors above also give useful task lighting and glamorous mood lighting. They also have integrated demister pad to keep them steam free whilst showering and touchless sensor switch.
The master en-suite also has an elegant large recess box in the wall for storage of shampoo bottles and soaps. As the walls were solid brick, this was achieved by creating a false wall which also housed the wall hung toilet frame/cistern which was located at the far end of the walk-in shower.
In this wetroom two pieces of glass have been used on the walk in shower with one at the far end to help protect the wooden furniture under the basin from any water damage. The flush ceiling mounted shower drench head gives a minimal look and maximum head height.
Behind the wall hung toilet has been boxed out and tiled to contain the cistern and frame. This full width half height false wall also allows space for the wall mounted bath valve which operates an overflow filler meaning no bath spout is required. This boxing ledge as creates a very useful surface for any toiletries or ornaments.
The wall mounted basin with double drawer vanity unit has a LED ribbon light installed underneath for effective mood lighting that helps highlight the floor space underneath and give the illusion of more room. This lighting also nicely marries up with the illuminated mirror above.