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Margraf: the new veined quartz for kitchen and bathroom tops

The new collection of veined quartz by Margraf is inspired by the finest Italian marble and is available in 14 exclusive colors.

Kora bathtub by Kreoo for an award-winning NYC Loft

DJDS, an American design studio led by Dorothee Junkin, has chosen the sculptural Kora bathtub by Kreoo for the master bathroom of its latest NYC Loft project.

The latest products Agape for the bathroom

From bathtubs to washbasins, from furnishings to accessories: the new products for the bathroom.

New production technologies for Duravit

Duravit developed the c-bonded technology: the console basin joins the vanity unit without visible joints.

The "wavy" bathtub according to Victoria+Albert

The main feature of Pescadero, the new freestanding model, is the rim resembling an asymmetrical sea wave.

Stephan Poppelmann won the International Design Awards of Victoria + Albert

The first edition of the contest organized by the British brand involved the design of an original compact and freestanding bath space.

MAXIMUM UNIQUE - Bespoke Items by Fiandre

Maximum Unique is an innovative integrated shower plate/cabin system that can be re-coated, for tailor-made showers that are flush or of the floor.

Porcelanosa presents the Premium Collection novelties

The selection of exclusive new products into the Premium Collection of Porcelanosa Grupo arrives at the XXIII Architecture Exhibition Global International

Franke, new shareholder of Duravit

The Swiss Franke group has purchased a 25% Duravit share.

Dedalo: the frameless shower enclosure

Dedalo, the last frameless shower enclosure by Arblu, is characterised by an elegant clean-cut design and high functionality.

Rubinetterie Stella triumphs in London and wins the first prize at "Sleep Set"

Based in Borgomanero (NO), the company’s Italica collection enhances the magical settings to be found in "The essence of a fairy-tale" installation designed by Shaun Clarkson ID.

Valpietra technology extends into the bathroom

Valpietra, an Italian company headquartered in Pordenone, is rising to this challenge by focusing on the recovery of waste generated by the process of machining marble