03 August 2015

New shower toilet offers spa-like cleanliness and comfort

Considering hygiene and comfort With a lid that opens automatically, the WC promotes good bathroom hygiene; the seat also begins to warm up on approach. TurboFlush technology has also been built into the ceramic pan to ensure a thorough flush without disruptive noise. Geberit intended to improve the comfort and convenience of shower toilets with[…]

  • 03 August 2015

03 August 2015

Natural acrylic stone HI-MACS specified to refurbish Dutch town hall

Based in the Netherlands, the Town Hall accommodates social security services and regular municipal services, such as marriage registry and passport distribution. HI-MACS natural stone acrylic has moulded the reception area into a prominent feature The building’s recent refurbishment saw a new layout for the ground floor, which was designed make the public services area[…]

  • 03 August 2015

03 August 2015

Anti-bacterial paint coating specified for University of Birmingham

The coating offers the reassurance of the SteriTouch anti-bacterial system, which utilises the silver to limit the growth of potentially harmful bacteria, including Salmonella and E-Coli. Steracryl is available in a choice of scrubbable matt and durable acrylic eggshell finishes, offering an extensive range of colours to choose from. The paint was specified to provide[…]

  • 03 August 2015

31 July 2015

Architectural glass feature walls offer a new design dimension

When working on contemporary developments, architects and designers tend to consider colour, texture and light as mediums of expression. To allow for the combination these design factors, D R Services has developed its glass feature walls, which can be enhanced by LED lighting and different materials. Contemporary aesthetic D R Services’ glass feature walls are[…]

  • 31 July 2015

24 July 2015

Advanced shower toilet installed to help young twins

DIY SOS’s latest Big Build project was completed for Jenny and Mark Corns, who thought they would never be able to have children. After rounds of fertility treatment and the devastation of giving birth to stillborn twins, the couple welcomed their daughter, Abigail, three years ago. Jenny fell pregnant again, and gave birth to identical[…]

  • 24 July 2015

24 July 2015

Thermoplastic surface material specified for innovative wellbeing centre

The historic rooms in Rimini’s Palazzo Spina have recently been converted to accommodate the Augeo Art Space, a unique concept which blends contemporary art with  wellbeing and spirituality. Designed by Yasmine Mahmoudieh, the space is dedicated to inner growth, personal enrichment and meditation. Comprising an art gallery, fitness area, spa and a massage and treatment[…]

  • 24 July 2015

21 July 2015

Assisted-access care suite installed at Telford College

Independence for disabled learners Recent research suggests that the number of disabled pupils is increasing: in England alone over 150,000 students have special educational needs, of which only 1.7% attend special schools. Clos-o-Mat’s assisted-access care suite is bigger than a conventional wheelchair-accessible toilet and it includes more equipment. For instance, a height adjustable changing bench,[…]

  • 21 July 2015

20 July 2015

Networking opportunities for kitchen and bathroom specialists

Taking place at UK Construction Week, Kitchens & Bathrooms Live is set to feature a wide-ranging seminar programme for installers, specifiers manufacturers and contractors. A ’Meet the Installer’ networking session will conclude each day of seminars, giving visitors the chance to meet and discuss new partnership and business opportunities. The show’s Kitchens & Bathrooms Hub[…]

  • 20 July 2015

16 July 2015

Advanced surface material used to create artistic landmarks for new hospital

Comprising 160,000 square metres of space and over 1,300 beds, the new South Glasgow University Hospital and Royal Hospital for Sick Children is the largest capital healthcare project in the UK. The £840 million development completes this year, replacing four of Glasgow’s older hospitals. To add the finishing touches, six art projects were commissioned to[…]

  • 16 July 2015

13 July 2015

Residence utilises Nordic White surface for discreet design

Architect, Egli & Partner, designed the west-facing residential construction, which discreetly blends into the surrounding properties, whilst standing out due to its wide recessed window façade. The two-story residence features bright open rooms and a minimalist design, defined by straight lines and a concrete-element staircase located in the centre. HI-MACS Nordic White The kitchen utilises[…]

  • 13 July 2015