The Impronta 125 washbasin, designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas and created thanks to the know-how of Catalano, was awarded the Good Design Award 2014 in the bathroom and accessories category.
The award was conferred by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts.
"Think Green": More than just a slogan for Catalan, Which it pursues different objectives from time to sustainability and respect for the environment in all stages of the production cycle. On the occasion of cersaie 2013 He revealed in all its concreteness his soul green, far from easy mode and, above all, strong results achieved and consolidated. Presenting the news 2013 that complete the most prestigious and well-known collections of its catalog, Catalan interprets its presence in Bologna as a perfect time to tell those elements of added value that come from process innovations and that, increasingly, become discriminating factors in the choice of products.
Quality and positivity: these are the keywords around which revolved the presence of Catalan at Cersaie 2012. Alongside the undisputed quality of the products - a fundamental and indispensable element, on which the credibility and perception of the brand has been built for years, has grown and consolidated - the positive attitude of the company has stood out and started almost half a century ago in the name of creativity, innovation and work ethic.
On the occasion of the Salone Internazionale del Bagno, Catalano premieres Zero 55 in Milan, a range integration that completes and further enriches the first large coordinated family of sanitary ware created by the company.
The Zero series, characterized by the extreme variety of types and sizes, with over forty models of washbasins, toilet and bidet, offers a wide possibility of
The collaboration between Catalano and Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas is reconfirmed at the 2012 International Bathroom Exhibition, inaugurated with the IMPRONTA line at Cersaie 2011, as part of the "Catalano per l'Architettura" project, a window that the company wanted open to a rapidly evolving world, to grasp the changes taking place and transfer them to products that have always been close to man.