Posted 12th Jul 2017

Ideal Standard provides products for new Lincoln development

By KBBDaily on 12th July 2017 - 07:00am

Ideal Standard has been chosen by LGG Projects and Jackson and Jackson for the specification of washrooms at a new “high-profile” development in Lincoln.

A £20m investment has been made in 'One The Brayford', which is being developed on the existing Mill House on Lincolns waterfront into residential and commercial properties, and is scheduled for completion towards the end of the year.

Ideal Standard is providing products for the development's 89 luxury apartments – including the penthouse – as well as 11 service apartments and three restaurants. The company is supplying its new Tesi basin and bath mixers, pictured, and its Concept shower system.

The development's WCs will also feature Ideal Standard's AquaBlade flush system. “The new One The Brayford development will combine both contemporary style and home comfort,” said LGG Projects' Paul Jakuc.

“We’re delighted to be working with Ideal Standard to provide the full bathroom specification at this fantastic luxury development. The products specified compliment the cutting edge design of the building, with high quality interior design features.”

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