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Corian multi-basin Washplanes lend a personal touch to public bathrooms

The Multi-basin Washplane by Corian pairs a sleek linear design with the functionality of individual basin in a public or residential setting.

The Multi-basin Washplane by Corian, supplied by CASF.

The Multi-basin Washplane by Corian, supplied by CASF.

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The washplanes reimagine the traditional channel-style basin, with a design driven by demand for the user-centred experience of individual basins. The washplanes are part of a new collection by Corian designed specifically to work with of Dyson Airblade Taps, with the two working in tandem to allow the user to wash and dry in one fused process.

A flexible design choice, the washplanes are available in six different designs, 72 Corian colours and 23 sizes.

The basins are supplied in Australia by decorative surface specialists and accredited DuPont technicians CASF. Corian is a solid, seamless, non-porous material made from natural minerals and acrylic resin.

For more information on the Corian Multi-basin Washplane, go here.

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