Smart and space-saving ceramic sanitary ware, made by artisan hands.
BULL 500 is the compact sanitary ware collection by SDR, it stands out in the bathroom for its soft and comfortable profiles, without being bulky. Perfect for meeting the needs of smaller spaces, BULL 500 is the NO-RIM collection of ceramic sanitary ware, suspended or free-standing, suitable for a young audience attentive to novelties.
The BULL 500 ceramic sanitary ware collection, together with the LONGLIFE shower tray, is the perfect solution for a totally coordinated bathroom. Both available in the same particular NUANCE pastel shades (Pink, Light Blue, Green, Beige, Grey) and in Glossy White, Cream and Black.
The BULL sanitary ware are unique thanks to their welcoming surface, despite their small size. The BULL series, with its sweet and warm design, anticipates living trends through its geometrically precise curves, enhanced by a hygienic and resistant material such as ceramic. Material worked perfectly thanks to a unique artisan experience.
The wall-mounted and modular Revolution® console, and, alternatively, the modern Flat countertop washbasin, complete the look of the sophisticated bathroom for small spaces by SDR. These washbasin solutions allow a tailor-made choice, a spacious and elegant basin and a smart and useful organization of the surfaces and support surface.
To create SDR products, the artisans of the internal team, experts in ceramic processing, dedicate body and soul to the care of every single piece. The entire production cycle takes place within the company, therefore 100% in Italy. It is precisely there that the need arises to dedicate a tailor-made treatment to each step that makes an SDR product unique and with attention to the smallest details. Attention to the product also involves great sensitivity towards the environment and sustainability. SDR uses a system for recycling water, scrap ceramics and plaster molds that are no longer suitable for production. The company uses a kiln with low emissions into the atmosphere and lower consumption of methane gas for firing ceramic sanitary ware. Finally, it collects energy through photovoltaic panels for a production of 350 kW of clean energy.