According to the company, the new showroom is a “major investment”, spanning around 2,500sq ft with more than 20 Duravit series on display, including new products such as the XSquare furniture collection designed by Kurt Merki Jr and Brioso furniture series by Christian Werner.
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Duravit said the new showroom “will be a focal point for professionals to see first-hand the quality of Duravit’s innovative designs”. The space will feature working displays of the brand’s C.1 tap fitting series, DuraSystem frames and SensoWash shower toilets.
The company added that the showroom will “act as a hub for ideas, inspiration and specialist technical advice”, as well as holding training and continued professional development – CPD – seminars as part of a programme for architects, designers and retailers.