You will be able to find Geberit on stand DF33 in the Design Fields, where it will launch five new products and offer a wealth of learning opportunities to get architects and designers thinking about multi-sensory experiences in bathroom projects.
Visitors will have the opportunity to experience a guest talk, white paper and new CPD presentation from Geberit, as well as a chance to see the new AquaClean Sela shower toilet which will officially be launched at the show.
The AquaClean Sela will be shown alongside the award-winning AquaClean Mera shower toilet. The new Smyle bathroom range will also be available to explore, offering subtle shapes and maximum function for family and guest bathrooms.
There will be a chance to see the new Sigma 50 flush plate, which features two new sophisticated finishes (Sand glass and Mustang Slate) and slimmer, streamlined flush buttons to complement the minimalist design. Alongside this, a new Matt Black flush plate will also be unveiled for the Sigma10, Sigma20 and Sigma30. Significantly, the new design has been coated with an easy clean lacquer, which reduces the visibility of fingerprints on the plate.
Plus, Geberit will also be launching its new DuoFresh technology, an extraction unit that eliminates the need for chemical sprays by ensuring that any unpleasant odours are extracted right at the source.
Finally, for projects where hygiene is paramount, Geberit will also be showcasing its infra-red Sigma80 flush plate, alongside its infra-red Brenta/Piave taps.
Geberit will also offer a panel discussion with global experts. Geberit’s London-based architect and product designer, Christoph Behling, will join industry experts in the ‘Conversations at Clerkenwell’ arena. The panel discussion, which will focus on technology in the bathroom, will also include Michael Phillips Moskowitz, founder of Moodrise, Charles Spence, Oxford University Professor and Hilda Burke an integrative psychotherapist and life coach.
The theme of sensory washroom spaces will be continued, with the launch of a newly updated white paper, The Science Behind the Sensory Space, which looks at the role of sensory integration when designing a calming, stress-relieving bathroom space in domestic and commercial applications.
The white paper has been updated for specific applications including hotels, high-end residential and offices, looking at the sensory aspects of the bathroom space within the wider context of issues such as workplace wellbeing and consumer demand.
And lastly, there will be an opportunity to join Geberit at RIBA HQ for a new CPD presentation on the Science Behind the Sensory Space, which examines how the senses should be considered to create a place of sanctuary from our increasingly busy lives. Spaces for the CPD are limited so contact [email protected] to book your place or to request an individual presentation at your architectural practice.
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