Posted 30th April

DueGi brassware to be showcased at Grand Designs Live

By KBBDaily on 30th April 2019 - 07:00am
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The brassware by Italian brassware manufacturer DueGi will be showcased at the upcoming Grand Designs Live – taking place on the 4th-12th May at ExCeL London – by bathroom product importer and distributor QX Bathroom Products.

DueGi’s latest bathroom collections – Alpi, Empress and Seta – will be on display at the show. The Italian company – which has been designing taps, mixers, showers and accessories since 1991 – launched in the UK market last month.

“We are pleased that QX will be showcasing our products at Grand Designs Live this year,” said DueGi marketing manager Luciana Kola. “It’s exciting to be able to bring our beautiful, luxurious and modern brassware shapes to the consumer market for the first time in the UK.

“With the help of QX, we want to build on our values and presence within the UK market, providing our customers a greater understanding of the DueGi product offering.”


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