New, elegant designs
With two new colours and two new stoneware-look surfaces for the cladding of the Geberit Monolith and Geberit Monolith Plus, customers have more design possibilities in the bathroom.
Introduced in 2021, the colour scheme for the Geberit Monolith sanitary module gives customers even more options for designing their own personal bathroom. Since its launch in 2010, the Geberit Monolith has become a versatile design element in the bathroom. It bridges the gap between conventional exposed cisterns and concealed cisterns installed behind the wall. The Monolith is designed in such a way that it can be installed quickly and easily and connected to the existing water supply line and discharge pipe, usually without the need for structural modifications.
The Geberit Monolith Plus offers additional functions, such as an odour extraction unit or orientation light. Ideally, the installer has already thought about a power socket next to the toilet for ensuring the necessary mains connection. Otherwise, the electricity can be routed from another power socket in the bathroom and fed to the toilet via a cable duct.
Four new designs
To ensure the Geberit Monolith fits even better with different bathroom designs, additional colours are now available for the front cladding on the Monolith and Monolith Plus models. The colours lava and sand grey supplement the existing colours black, white and mint, which remain available as before. Furthermore, two completely new fronts are available – concrete look stoneware and slate look stoneware – that meet the zeitgeist in the bathroom. Thanks to their exceptional characteristics, each of these fronts is one of a kind.
The side cladding of the Monolith is available in colourless anodised aluminium, and now also in black chrome aluminium.