The Geberit Bambini Series – Enhancing bathroom experiences for our little one through education

by Tia

In the 150 years of bathroom sanitary ware innovation, Geberit quickly realised that in order for the end user to fully harness the product, they would have to be educated. Which better time than the early stages of life?

This propelled Geberit to come up with the Bambini Range. This came with the realisation that children have particular requirement for bathrooms be it in childcare centres, schools and other establishments. The Geberit Bambini provides child-friendly bathroom fittings support to simplify the development of hygienic practices.

It quickly registered to us that hygiene, easy cleaning and safety play an important role when designing sanitary rooms in childcare establishments. However, it is also important not to forget the fun factor which makes teaching children about cleanliness so much easier.

How do we achieve hygiene education through fun and games?

Children love to play with water! With special basins made of solid surface material, it is easy to encourage children to play with water in sanitary rooms. Cascading basins at various heights turn washing and brushing teeth into fun and games. And little ones of all ages are sure to find the right basin for their height.

WC ceramic appliances with child-friendly heights and equipment help children to adapt to toilet training. The child-friendly WC ceramic appliance with feet is not just funny to look at, it also has a practical side: children whose feet do not yet touch the floor when they are sitting down can rest them on the appliance’s feet. And with various surfaces and WC lids, everyone will find the perfect seat for the bathroom.

A child-friendly, low wall-hung single washbasin with a design that appeals to even the youngest of critics makes teaching children about cleanliness easier and simply more fun. Clever details such as the low installation depth and a closer tap hole make it easier to use. It also features taps in amusing designs and colours that awaken a child’s curiosity.

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