Washroom Washroom has developed its Iconica collection of washroom solutions to suit young workforces.
With unconventional office designs on the increase, companies are keen to attract the best talent with an enviable workspace.
Cycling into work, taking a fitness class at lunchtime and going to the gym are all part of the ‘wellness’ trend that is growing among young workforces. This trend must be taken into consideration when creating office spaces.
Staff shower and changing facilities are becoming more popular in office designs, like the new cycle centre installed by Washroom Washroom at 214 Grays Inn Road.
Hygienic and easy-to-clean washrooms are crucial and Washroom Washroom’s new Alto Fenix toilet cubicles are not only easy-to-clean, but also mould resistant.
In addition, the cubicles offer enhanced anti-bacterial properties, making them suitable for office washrooms.
Washroom Washroom Ltd.
Units 1-10 Hill Farm
Essex RM4 1TU
Phone: 0800 999 8888
Email: [email protected]
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