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Barrier-free accessibility: Bathroom solutions for facilities in the healthcare and nursing sector

07/15

Villeroy & Boch has developed solutions for the healthcare and nursing sector to combine barrier-free functionality with comfort and design: The O.novo Vita and Omnia Architectura Vita collections are contemporary in design and comply with the standard DIN 18040 for barrier- free construction. 

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A paradigm change in design: New washbasin bowls made of SaphirKeramik from Laufen

08/14

With its delicate Saphir-bowls in the architectural Design, the Swiss bathroom specialist, Laufen, is revolutionising the design demands on ceramic washbasins. The extremely thin-walled and delicate design of the washbasin bowls was made possible by the use of the new SaphirKeramik from Laufen.  

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From hand-held showers to digital shower solutions: showering pleasure then and now

02/14

Using new technologies, multi-sensory solutions and diverse, attractive and ergonomic styling Grohe showers are about to convert the formerly purely functional bathroom into a personal feel-good oasis. Let us get an a journey through time and look back over some of the important steps in the development of the shower manufacturer. 

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Dornbracht programme expansion: two new Water Units for individual expectations in the kitchen

02/13

With two new variations of its single basins, Dornbracht extends the range of the usages for the Water Units in the kitchen. They supplement the synchronised complete packages of Dornbracht sinks and fittings.  

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Duravit: Happy D.2 introduces elegance into the bathroom

02/13

Reduced, architectural design is becoming increasingly popular in the bathroom. And this is not surprising, since it is both timeless and modern. However, with the Happy D.2 complete bathroom series by Sieger Design, Duravit is about to show that this and soft lines are not mutually exclusive.  

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Flatile by AGROB BUCHTAL: 5mm thin tiles for low-dust and low-dirt renovation

01/13

At the tile thickness, a distinction has to be made between normal (8 to 11 mm), extra thick (12 mm and more for industrial and commercial areas) and thin tiles (8 mm and less). The latter has been a frequently discussed subject at special interest magazines and trade fairs again and again in the last years. 

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KeraFresh: the new freshness system for toilet facilities from Keramag

10/12

Every restaurateur and facility operator knows the problem: especially in restaurants, sport and leisure facilities or large-scale event venues, toilets that have to deal with a high volume of traffic usually have an "indoor climate" that is anything but inviting. And the less-than-ideal deodoriser blocks in little plastic sieves that are placed in the urinals tend to come across as decidedly unaesthetic "foreign bodies", especially in sanitary facilities with an otherwise upmarket design.  

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Purism in white or black:
Ambition E from Schell

10/12

Hygiene and economic efficiency are important factors for urinal installations. A distinctive design, however, also contributes to the value of the sanitary equipment and fosters careful treatment on the part of the user. With "Ambition E", fittings specialist Schell intends to point the way in purist design for sensor-controlled urinal flush fittings.  

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A new dimension of showering pleasure: the Idealrain Cube

10/12

With its new Idealrain shower series, Ideal Standard is aiming to cater specifically to consumers’ individual needs and wants. According to an internal study, showering – like taking a bath – is very much an individual experience that everybody wants to enjoy in his own favourite way.  

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