Key facts

Product:
Dream Carbon Y | DB BC M
Family:
Dream Carbon Y
Manufacturer:
Inoxstyle >
Designer:
Giancarlo Vegni >
Order number:
11037 DB BC M
Architonic ID:
20235012
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2019
Manufacturer groups :
Bathroom fixtures-Standing showers >
Spa-Outdoor showers >
Groups:
Bathroom fixtures-Standing showers >
Spa-Outdoor showers >

Product description

Dream Carbon Y DB BC M

The elegance of sinuous organic lines and carbon fibre structure combined with the splendour of marine stainless-steel results in an agile and imposing shower. The powerful nature of the composite material, in harmonious contrast with the stainless gloss of the integrated showerhead, bestows a new and brilliant balance to the successful distinction between shape and construction, style and efficiency, technology and nature.
An outdoor nautical shower made of carbon fibre and marine grade stainless steel, featuring a multiple process, nautical grade, manual mirror polish finish.
A perfect synthesis of design, artisan craftsmanship, and high-quality materials, created thanks to Inoxstyle's experience in luxury yachting.

Features
Showerhead with anti-scale and anti-obstruction silicone rubber
Exclusive design water control, in hand-polished marine-grade AISI 316L stainless steel
Shower body made of carbon fibre
Inoxstyle special warranty on corrosion: 2 years

Configuration
Faucet: Faucet Mixer with exclusive design lever IS316 (hot/cold water)
Body version: DB version: Two-piece stackable body
Mounting: BC deck support with concealed water connections
Water Connection: Floor water inlet
Surface finish: Twill Carbon Fibre, with coating and anti-UV treatment

Product family

Concept

The elegance of sinuous organic lines and carbon fibre structure combined with the splendour of marine stainless-steel results in an agile and imposing shower. The powerful nature of the composite material, in harmonious contrast with the stainless gloss of the integrated showerhead, bestows a new and brilliant balance to the successful distinction between shape and construction, style and efficiency, technology and nature.