Tomorrow’s perception of clean with Geberit

  • 7 Jun 2021

Geberit partners with Hotel Designs for its latest virtual round table event, ‘Tomorrow’s perception of clean’.

Geberit is cutting through the noise, with the aim to develop meaningful solutions. Join Geberit and Hotel Designs, along with a panel of leading experts and designers from across the hospitality industry, as it tackles the hygiene debate and ultimately unpick how designers and hotel owners can plan for the inevitable reopening of hospitality venues for leisure and create a feeling of calm and sanctuary for returning hotel guests in the wake of COVID-19.


The panel featured a whole-host of industry leading professionals, including…

 – Hamish Kilburn (Editor at Hotel Designs)
 – Richard Snow (Senior Interior Designer, RPW Design)
 – Tamara Ayorech Okello (Head of Interior Design, Battersea Powerstation)
 – David Mason (Head of Hospitality, Scott Brownrigg)
 – Fiona Thompson (Principal, Richmond International)
 – Hannah Willock (Interior Designer, Conran + Partners)
 – James Dilley (Director, Jestico + Whiles)
 – And Geberit’s very own expert Specification Sales Manager, Lynne-Clapham Carter.

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