Ellero is an extraordinarily elegant basin range that pushes refinement to the limit.
An ultra-thin design that achieves unmatched levels of durability by using Sottini’s pioneering new Diamatec ceramic technology.
Lightness with Inner Strength
This revolutionary vessel’s inimitable fine edges appear as delicate as those of a shell, but a unique composition of innovative materials gives it exceptional resilience. Ellero is a game-changing solution for bathrooms that demand a luxury aesthetic and reassuring robustness.
Light design’ is an important influence in fields as varied as architecture, manufacturing, and fashion. In order to achieve a light design in bathroom ceramics, we had to create a new material which could be used to produce thin vessels that were both hard-wearing and elegant. So we created Diamatec, which made the strong, thin edges of the Ellero range possible.
Diamatec is the culmination of over 200 years of innovation in ceramics. Our revolutionary ceramic allows us for the first time to manufacture bathware with very fine, thin, straight edges that is nonetheless, extremely strong, and appropriate for a wide range of demanding environments.
Diamatec, our new thin ceramic material, was developed following investigation into other areas where ceramics are expected to be thin, strong, and attractive, such as hotel tableware. We chose the best and latest technologies from these and other sectors, and precisely blended ingredients such as Alumina, known for its hardness and strength,and Chamotte, which prevents cracking and adds structural strength. The result is a new material that is particularly suitable for demanding environments, where the need to combine strong aesthetics with hard-wearing durability is paramount.
The unique combination of material in Diamatec has produced outstanding results in independent materials testing and enables the construction of the first super-thin vessel with the option of an overflow.
The final product is particularly suitable for demanding environments, such as hotels and restaurants, where the need to combine strong aesthetics with hard-wearing durability is paramount.