Architecture | Barrier free
Accessible solutions in the Lighthouse Hotel & Spa Büsum
from Hewi´s system 900 with a dark powder coating blend elegantly into the
industrial design of the Lighthouse Hotel & Spa Büsum.
Keuco: Helping to get well
Waldkliniken Eisenberg and the private clinic Blomenburg rely on wellbeing bathroom
equipment from Keuco.
The modernisation trend gathers pace
16.7 million Germans are planning to invest in their bathrooms in the
near future and no less than 6.2 million of them are considering a
Hospital and hotel in one
The Waldkliniken Eisenberg in Thuringia are more reminiscent of a hotel than a hospital - with bathroom fittings from Keuco.
Comfortable, safe, barrier-free: Daniela Heinemann talks about the modern bathroom
People who have to cope with physical or agerelated limitations know just how important a safe and easy-touse bathroom is when it comes to their independence and wellbeing. In his lecture Jens J. Wischmann talks about current developments of barrier free bathrooms.
Accessible bathrooms: Future planning for all generations
As bathrooms have a long service life, it is all the more important to think ahead and consider future requirements. When planned carefully, the comfortable bathroom of today can meet the needs of elderly users tomorrow or even be completely barrier-free.
New elective services section in the Hemer lung clinic with products from Keuco
Last year the lung clinic in Hemer has been extended by one building. The new stations are fitted with products from Keuco.
Bathrooms for young and old
Stylish furnishing trends have no place in the bathroom. Really? Are sanitary facilities still technology-driven and, given the effort required to install them, should they be functional and long-lasting? However, why there are more and more design proposals interpreting the bathroom as a trend-oriented space for living whilst also responding to societal trends, like health consciousness and demographic developments.
Perfectly normal: Freibad – a bathroom for any stage of life
Barrier-free accessibility and freedom of movement in the bathroom will therefore be one of the top issues facing the sanitary industry in the next 20 years.