Cotto is a global brand with international thinking and remains one of the leading examples in the sanitary ware industry on how to respond to the practical ways of life and culture by crafting products that are sustainable, suitable for the purpose and sensitive to price.
How Cotto has responded to the global demand for anthracite sanitaryware is to produce the new sensation range in a matt black colour. This suits so many current trends: Modern with the dark colours and thin edges; Scandinavian with white base and splashes of black in accessorizing a room; and even tribal or eclectic style tastes. The Sensation range features a variety of geometric shapes known to the bathroom. This ceramic is so fine that it will leave you wondering if you are having a rich cultural experience or in fact busy with your pleasant hygiene routine.
Part of this seamless look means no overflows or tap holes, and the waste is integrated with the ceramic. These slim edges make for easy cleaning and a hygienic scene in the bathroom.
This round basin measures 405 mm in diameter and is suitable for use on the counter top only. There is no tap hole and no overflow in this basin. This basin is also available in a crisp white version.
Cotto was the first to receive the Carbon Reduction Label in the sanitary ware product division for all products – meaning that there is a reduced amount of carbon emissions during the manufacturing process. This is in line with Italtile’s LiveGreen approach to sustainability.