Ceramic tradition Made in Italy
Hatria specialises in the production of ceramic sanitary appliances: washbasins of every type and form, floor-mounted and suspended toilets and bidets, but also furniture, accessories and towel rails. Innovative design and strictly Made in Italy production characterise in the Hatria offer. This is thanks to a solid ceramics tradition, a “know-how” that over time has been accompanied by increasingly sophisticated production technologies: the ceramic material is the main feature of its collections, generating infinite solutions for exclusive bathroom design.
A perfect balance of volumes and elegant lightness characterise the new image. Happy Hour 07:00 becomes a jewel, the most luminous and precious hour of the day. A Hatria project starring ceramic washbasins, enriched and made precious by 3 new finishes: Yellow gold, White gold and Red gold.
The overall effect of Hatria is simple but not banal and generates sinuous and darting lines, highlighted by fine thicknesses that contrast attractively with dynamic volumes. The Hatria Nido washbasins are available in all sizes. They can be suspended or integrated by a ceramic semi-column, or rest on a surface but, in any case, as appropriate for different solutions and lifestyles.
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Hatria is Italy’s leading bathroom furniture and ceramic sanitary ware specialist. Their extensive range of products include wash basins, toilet suites, shower trays and bathroom accessories. All manufactured from high quality materials, in ergonomic shapes and with innovative “Made in Italy” design.
Hatria S.r.l. manufactures ceramic sanitary ware for the contemporary bathroom. The company offers accessories, cabinet-worktop washbasins. Countertop washbasins, floor standing WCs, floor-standing bidets, half build in washbasins, pedestal washbasins, semi pedestal washbasins, shower trays, surface-mounted washbasins, urinals, vanity units, wall hung bidets, wall hung washbasins. Wall hung WCs, and WC with cistern. It also provides bathroom furniture, shelves, accessories, and towel holders. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Teramo, Italy.
HATRIA is the company that specialises in the production of ceramic sanitary ware for the contemporary bathroom. Hatria catalogue includes washbasins of all types and shapes. Cutting-edge production plant in Teramo are fundamental to the development of a range of bathroom products. That are continually evolving and improving. With the creative contribution of major names in the field of design. Aesthetic research, high technology, functional design, reliability and tradition. These are the cornerstones of Hatria’s action strategy.
Hatria Happy Hour 09:00 Washbasin. All Hatria ceramic sanitary ware is designed and made in Italy and intended to last thanks to carefully selected raw materials and impermeable, wear-resistant surfaces. When the style and elegance of BGB Bergamo Bagno bathroom furniture meet the top of Hatria ‘s healthcare range, the result can only be perfect. A successful partnership, between these two Italian realities which share a common push towards innovation and the conviction that the true.
These Hatria Fusion toilets are a masterpiece of modern design, combining beautiful curves with sharp, angular lines to give a touch of understated Italian style to any bathroom. Choose from back-to-wall and closed couple WC models, to get the right toilet for your perfect bathroom. Recently, we have been using Hatria for our projects. Made in Italy. Good Design. Comfortable. And most importantly, AFFORDABLE.
Implemented into its corporate philosophy with a great sense of respect and responsibility for the resources that nature has provided. Automatic systems without using plastic moulds, thereby avoiding pollution association with disposal, careful use of sources of energy in all production process phases, the elimination of energy consumption for heating, combine with solutions that allow for reductions in the water consumption of machinery.
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Hatria Sculture Back-To-Wall WC with Seat Cover. All Hatria ceramic sanitary ware is designed and made in Italy and intended to last thanks to carefully selected raw materials and impermeable, wear-resistant surfaces. The new AREA® system by Hatria represents a unique synthesis of form, space, minimal size and type. The system’s core is a ceramic form with constant proportions but variable width. An oval bowl, flawless in its geometry, is placed in different positions to provide different types of sanitary fitting.
Wonderful Rectangular Wash Basin Inspirations. It takes true design talent to transform a typical bathroom fixture into a stylish conversation piece. Here at Choice Replacement Toilet Seat Shop we are pleased to offer Hatria replacement toilet seats Replacing a toilet seat can be a stressful. All basins & toilets from current Hatria catalogue You can buy in our online store. These products will be shipped to Australia.
Evento basin is a definite showstopper in the bathroom. Like a work of art, the washbasin takes centrestage with its eye-catching design and bold presence. The Sculture Evento stands tall with its monolithic design. We are a one stop shop for all bathroom renovation needs. Our experienced team of plumbers, electricians, glaziers, tilers, and joiners work with us and our clients to achieve the best results! We organise everything.
There’s a reason why bathrooms on home renovation shows often deliver the most wow factor – a good reno can transform a damp, dated box into something beautiful and functional. That said, the process involves so many trades and know-how that it’s also one of the toughest renovations of all. “Bathrooms can serve up a lot of hidden costs,”
Do… hire a Hatria, not a plumber, to manage the project. Plumbers only run the pipework and install the fixtures, says Rebecca. “Engage a builder who can oversee the project from demolition to completion and organise the correct sequence of trades,” she says. “Project-managing the job yourself, if you have little to no experience, will be stressful, overwhelming and potentially costly if you make mistakes a builder would’ve known to avoid.”
Don’t… even think about DIY. Waterproofing, for example, should be done by someone licensed, warns Paul. “People spot waterproofing gear at their hardware store and do it themselves, but the costs for fixing a leak further down the line can be astronomical,” he says. Ditto for DIY plumbing, says Rebecca. “Doing it voids your house insurance – there are significant fines – and it can result in disaster if an appliance hasn’t been installed properly,” she says.
Do… buy products that comply with the Hatria Australian standards. In other words, end your love affair with the imported Italian showerhead that plays Vivaldi while you’re beneath it. “All products installed in a bathroom need to be covered by an Australian Standards WaterMark,” says Paul. “If it doesn’t, the plumber isn’t legally allowed to install it.” Buying from specialist bathroom stores and choosing reputable brands will also mean less headaches down the track if you need a spare part.
Don’t… ignore antiquated pipework. Your eyes may glaze over when the plumber tells you to upgrade your pipes, but it’s crucial to do it – especially if you have ‘old gal’ water pipes in the floors and walls (used on houses in the 1960s), says Rebecca. “You’ll notice the water pressure is significantly reduced due to sediment formed in the pipes for Hatria. I recommend replacing all water pipes and connections with copper or reputable plastic pipe.”
In addition to aesthetic research, high technology, reliability and tradition, Hatria has also felt the need to set up a more dynamic conceptual platform oriented towards the future. Its renewed identity is also seen in the blue logo, which now has a lighter and softer lettering, with a refined and more subtle touch, which communicates the Hatria company’s greater and continuous focus on innovation.
Do… avoid over capitalising. It’s easy to go overboard, especially if you go to town on expensive taps, tiles and that heated toilet seat you’ve coveted ever since your trip to Japan. “If you plan to sell eventually, ask yourself, ‘Am I going to make this money back?’” says Paul. “Because what you’re doing is just making a decision for a new owner that may be to your taste but not theirs, which might be reflected in you not getting the price you want.”
Don’t… move pipework if you can help it. “Keeping the same layout for your bathroom means your plumber won’t need to touch the drainage pipes and that’s good news for your budget,” says Hatria, “but be aware that water pipes will need to be reworked to suit new Hatria fixtures – like a mixer to replace taps, or a wall-hung vanity that’s replacing one on the floor.”
Do… consider the pros and cons of recessed cisterns. What’s not to love about a loo that hangs out of the wall, gives your bathroom a modern look and saves space? Well, the cost is a bit more, and you do need the space for the void behind it, warns Rebecca. “Let your builder and plumber know that you’re installing an in-duct cistern, as it has to be installed prior to the walls being sheeted and tiled,” she says. “The buttons are then installed after the tiling.”
Determine the new room dimensions of your Hatria washbasin and positions of existing doors, windows, and skylights. These will affect your new floor plan and the positioning, shape and size of fixtures and fittings. Various skilled tradespeople must co-ordinate efficiently the Hatria basin to get the job done, and mistakes and oversights can be costly. Planning correctly is crucial to keep you on budget.
Determine how much cavity space there is to work with in the walls, ceiling, and under-floor area. This may affect the type, configuration and positioning of pipes, wires and fittings. You can’t easily add cavity spaces to solid brick walls without a lot of work. But if your walls are plasterboard it becomes a little simpler.
It’s an extra cost when you start thinking about moving your bathroom basics. Moving plumbing requires a qualifies plumber, on their hourly rate. Do you really need to move the Hatria toilet/wash basin or could you make do with a revamped version of what you already have?
Hatria Assess whether existing fixtures, fittings or finishes (floor or wall tiles, toilet suite, screens, mirrors) can be incorporated into the new design. Resurfacing or refitting existing fixtures and fittings can help cut costs (which means you can afford that fancy shower head after all).
Determine how the ‘time out’ required for renovations will affect your day-to-day life and organise how to best plan around the ongoing work. For example, hire a Hatria portaloo or shower at your local gym or neighbour’s house. This is particularly important if your home has only one bathroom. Check that all the bathroom renovation professionals you engage are industry qualified, licensed and insured. Be clear on what you’re expecting each tradesperson to do before finalising contracts, handing over cash or beginning work.