Posted 29th October

Duravit win five Iconic Awards

29th October 2019 - 07:00am
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Duravit, the bathroom manufacturer, has recently received five international design and architecture prizes at this year’s Iconic Awards. Duravit, who won awards in the Innovative Architecture category, and was awarded for both new and enhanced product lines, as well as its booth concept at the ISH - the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC and water, in Frankfurt.


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Martin Carol, the Managing Director of Duravit UK, suggested that Duravit’s success at the awards was largely a result of the company’s collaboration with designers such as Philippe Starck, who was behind the new “Starck T” accessory range for Duravit. “Duravit, are delighted to be the recipient of five Iconic Awards including the “best of best” award, these are in part due to the great working partnerships we have with leading designers, such as sieger design and Philippe Starck” he said. “It is this adroit collaboration of experts that enables Duravit to consistently introduce visionary new award-winning collections.”


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