Bathroom designer and manufacturer Geberit will be an Innovation Partner at Futurebuild (3 – 5 March) in ExCeL London this year, on at stand C413.
Futurebuild, the leading event for the built environment, has launched a new Innovation Partnership for 2020 with the most innovative brands from across the built environment.
As an Innovation Partner, Geberit will be joining other leading brands in offering specifiers and decision makers the opportunity to explore revolutionary products, solutions and materials through the event’s Innovation Trail.
During the event, Geberit will also be showcasing its full package of acoustically-optimised solutions, including behind-the-wall installation frames and cisterns, drainage pipe and its space-gaining Supertube drainage system, which was launched to the UK market last year.
It will also be demonstrating how architects, consultants and developers can embed acoustics into projects, with no compromise on design.
Visitors to the Geberit stand will also be given a first glimpse at the new Geberit ONE washroom concept, where functional design ensures spaces and flexibility in the washbasin area.
Geberit ONE is a washroom solution that offers a wide range of features that benefit installation and planning.
Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager for Specification, commented: “Geberit has a long history of innovation. From creating the first concealed cistern in 1964 to bringing shower technology to the European market, we’ve been at the forefront of bathroom innovation for more than 140 years.
“Being a partner at Futurebuild not only helps us to reach an audience who share this passion for innovation, but also gives us the perfect opportunity to share with visitors Geberit’s competencies behind and in front of the wall in the world of sanitary technology.”
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