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Jacob Delafon presents Serenity, a line of balanced volumes especially comfortable

Smooth design, rounded shapes, balanced volumes ... This is Serenity. The new collection of the French firm Jacob Delafon that is characterized by compact volumes.

Both the toilet and the bidet are placed glued back, fairings to the wall with rounded lines that facilitate cleaning.

Why we like Serenity: Simplicity and sustainability

In addition to its compact shape, Serenity toilets save up to 2.6 / 4 liters for LEED and BREEAM specifications in saving water, thus following Jacob Delafon's philosophy of environmental commitment.

Further, The Serenity toilet is ready to be installed easily, by having a factory mounted and regulated cistern both side and bottom, with a quick fixation system to the ground, also including the possibility of integrated feeding in the foot or in the concealed holes for the exit of hoses. To be more comfortable, this toilet model has a detachable seat and of progressive descent to prevent the lid from hitting when closed.

In regards to bidet Serenity, this model has concealed side outlets of feeding hoses and an anti-splash canopy. Like the toilet, the bidet is easy to install, with floor fixing included, fairing to the wall and compact 52 centimeters.

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