A cistern
for Down Under

In many regions of Australia, joists and girders with a depth of 3 inches are used in residential construction. In order for water-saving flushing technology to be applied to walls with this internal dimension, the narrowest Geberit cistern up to now had to be slimmed down by another couple of millimeters.


Fresh air, always

Nobody likes bad odors in the WC area. Geberit DuoFresh goes straight to the source of the problem: The air in the WC ceramic appliance is directly suctioned out through the flush water inlet, purified through active carbon and released back into the room. This is up to 20 times more energy-efficient than opening a
window. more

Flat and even

With the paradigm shift from simple bathrooms to stylish wellness areas, the actuator plate for the toilet flush has also become a design object. This is why the German industrial designer Christoph Behling was brought in to work on the surface-even Geberit Sigma60, which is well conceived down to the smallest detail. more

13,500 customer

Plumbers favor products that they are familiar with. This makes it difficult for innovations to become accepted. Unless they are introduced to the specialists personally. “Geberit on tour” was on the road in 8 countries, set up its exhibition stand 450 times and thereby made the personal acquaintance of 13,500 plumbers.


sought and

“Geberit Challenge” looked for the best plumbers in nine countries. Around 800 candidates accepted the challenge. The winners were found after a series of skills competitions in front of a large audience. The experts reacted enthusiastically: The sanitary sector had never before experienced such a spectacle!



At record speed, Geberit transformed its logistics from a mere appendage of the production plants to a core competence in its own right. The results speak for themselves: Higher product availability, shorter processing times, reduced logistics costs year-for-year and being awarded the German Logistics Prize 2011.


An opera house
on the Pearl River

The building shell of the new opera house in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou resembles two enormous river pebbles. The world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid designed the buildings on the banks of the Pearl River. She opted for Geberit Pluvia to ensure safe drainage of the 20,000 m2 roof area.


HafenCity on
the Elbe River

In the old harbor district of Hamburg, a new neighborhood is being built. The Übersee quarter is nearly complete, with living and working space for thousands of people. In order to be safe from storm floods, the quarter stands on a man-made base and the discharge pipes from Geberit are equipped with flood valves.




Geberit Challenge 2011