Award-winning CleanLine50 ... three USPs – design, ecological aspect and ease of installation.

Geberit has announced that two of its products – the Bambini bathroom series and the CleanLine50 shower channel – have won the internationally renowned iF Design Award 2024.

The jury was impressed by both the design and the clever details of these innovations that simplify everyday life for users and make hygiene and cleaning easier, says the leading Swiss sanitary solutions provider.

Commenting on the award for the Bambini bathroom series, Louise Pitt, Geberit’s Head of Marketing and Communications (Gulf Office), says: “Geberit developed the bathroom series specifically for toddlers and children up to the age of 14. The products in the bathroom series impressed the jury of the iF Design Award with a design that was both child-friendly and modern. The height and features of the toilets and washbasins are perfectly adapted to the needs of young users and allow easy access to the toilet and washbasin.

“The series has also been designed with carers and cleaning staff in mind. The closed shape of the ceramic WC makes cleaning the outside quick and easy. Inside, the rimless Geberit Rimfree design makes cleaning easier, and the seat ring with drip edge prevents liquids from splashing out of the ceramic. These clever details of the bathroom range convinced the jury.”


Geberit CleanLine50

The CleanLine50 shower channel convinced the iF Design Award jury with its three USPs: the design, ecological aspect and ease of installation, according to Geberit. With a width of only 3 cm and an asymmetrical drainage channel, the shower channel provides visual variety in the modern bathroom. The jury also praised the shower channel’s two colour options: brushed stainless steel and black chrome.

“The jury was also impressed by the fact that less material is used in the production of the Geberit CleanLine50. The new shower channel requires significantly less metal and is, therefore, around 50 per cent lighter than its predecessor,” Pitt explains.

“The fact that the shower channel is easy to install was also a decisive factor in the award of the internationally renowned design prize. For example, the Geberit CleanLine50 has an integrated slope that optimally guides the shower water to the drain, making installation much easier.

Geberit Bambini impressed the jury with a design that is both child-friendly and modern.

Geberit Bambini impressed the jury with a design that is both child-friendly and modern.

“The shower channel can also be easily adapted to the width of the shower area. It also makes everyday life easier for the user: the shower channel has a practical comb insert in the drain, which can be easily removed and quickly rinsed out. This reduces the amount of cleaning required, as the jury pointed out,” she concludes.

The globally operating Geberit Group is a European leader in the field of sanitary products and is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. Headquartered in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland, the group operates with a strong local presence in most European countries and its production network encompasses 26 facilities, of which four are located overseas. With around 11,000 employees in approximately 50 countries, Geberit generated net sales of CHF3.1 billion ($1.44 billion) in 2023.