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Kunsthaus Graz Austria

Kunsthaus Graz Austria

Fundermax GmbH

Kunsthaus Graz Generalplaner ARGE, Sanitary: Architekt Niels Jonkhans Products Star Favorit Standard P2 Decors 0077 Charcoal
The Louvre Museaum , Paris

The Louvre Museaum , Paris

TOTO

The Louvre is the most visited museum in the world. Opened in 1989, the entrance area below the pyramid was originally designed to accommodate 4.5 million visitors per year. Just 25 years later, the number of visitors exceeded the 10 million mark. As a result, the museum decided to do major renovations that would have the lowest possible impact on the building architecture. Visitor numbers mean extraordinary requirements for the sanitary facilities. The Louvre chose TOTO for sanitary facilities located in the Hall Napoléon. Toilets, urinals, washbasins and hand dryers for the men's and women's washrooms.
Grace Farms

Grace Farms

dline

Inspired by and integrated within the natural landscape around it, the River Building at Grace Farms, which was designed by SANAA, gently slopes, bends and ‘pools’ with its surroundings.For a place in which people gather to experience nature, encounter the arts, pursue justice, foster community and explore faith, the use of glass, steel, concrete and wood is particularly fitting. In the building’s bathrooms, d line sanitary ware was used for its simple lines and the natural rawness of its material.
44 Floors, Rotterdam

44 Floors, Rotterdam

Villeroy & Boch AG

The “44 Floors” in Rotterdam is the residential West Tower in the building complex “De Rotterdam”, completed at the end of 2013. The multi-functional building on the Wilhelmina Pier was designed by OMA, the office founded by Rem Koolhaas, as a vertical city offering a total floor space area of 160,000 m2 with offices, restaurants, a hotel and leisure facilities, in addition to the “44 Floors” apartments and parking spaces. The exquisite luxury apartments were fitted out with sanitary objects of the Subway collection from Villeroy & Boch.
Jaegersborg Care Home

Jaegersborg Care Home

Ropox

When Gentofte Municipality began the construction of Jægersborghave Care Home, there was one thing that set the project apart: The bathrooms should be manufactured as prefabricated sanitary pods with the entire bathroom concept installed. The finished pods should be delivered on site ready for installation. There was also a specific requirement that the bathroom solutions should be height-adjustable to ensure that different users could use each bathroom. Height-adjustable solutions help the residents to become more self-reliant, and the result is that they need less help. The financial outcome is a reduction in operating costs.
Acre Mills Hospital, Huddersfield

Acre Mills Hospital, Huddersfield

Bushboard Washroom Systems Ltd

Bushboard’s HBN 00-10 Part C compliant healthcare units were specified at Acre Mills, meeting the brief set by Huddersfield and Calderdale NHS Trust. Chris Race, Project Architect explained, ‘The Trust visited the Bushboard factory to see the construction methods, products and to inspect the workmanship, the Trust was very happy with the product.’ Healthcare sanitary assemblies were specified as ready plumbed modules (RPM), meaning all healthcare units have sanitaryware and brassware pre-fitted. Chris was keen to use Bushboard’s RPM for the speed of on-site installation and quality of workmanship.
Principal York Hotel

Principal York Hotel

Villeroy & Boch AG

Originally one of Britain’s greatest railway hotels, the Principal York Hotel has been sensitively renovated and redesigned by Goddard Littlefair in a manner that combines attention to historic architectural detail with modern design and comfort. The 155 guest bedrooms and suites are decorated in a muted soft cream palette with feature wood paneling. Designed by Utopia Projects, a specialist bathroom consultancy, the bathrooms feature polished marble surfaces with sanitary fittings from Villeroy & Boch’s Memento, Architectura and O.novo collections. The design emphasis here was on relaxation, so that guests feel at ease and uplifted.
KaDeWe department store

KaDeWe department store

Villeroy & Boch AG

KaDeWe in Berlin, one of the world’s most renowned department stores for more than 100 years, introduces its customers to new shopping experiences time and again. In doing so, KaDeWe constantly reinvents itself and undergoes constant change. Numerous structural modifications ensure that the building keeps in step with the times, both spatially and architecturally. During the project, customer toilets were equipped with sanitary products from the Aveo and Loop & Friends from Villeroy & Boch in the scope of a renovation of the sales area by Architect Udo Landgraf and Ingenieurbüro Trache IBT.
Charlottetårnet

Charlottetårnet

dline

In the first phase of their plans for Charlottehaven (or Charlotte Garden) – a 178-rental-apartment development on Strandboulevarden in Østerbro, Copenhagen – Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects exhibited great deftness in their treatment of both light and shadow, and texture and detail. So, it was natural that these interplays should continue into the project’s second phase: 37 furnished hotel apartments known as Charlottetårnet (or Charlotte Tower).A perfect example of these two interplays is seen in the hotel’s light-yet-warm bathrooms, which are characterised by creamy-hued floor-to-ceiling terrazzo surfaces punctuated by d line sanitary pieces in PVD Charcoal.

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