RAK Ceramics has opened its first flagship showroom in the UK. 250 sq. metres in size, and featuring a dedicated tile and sanitaryware area showcasing the latest RAK Ceramics products, the showroom has a “Room for Imagination” that is designed to inspire interior designers and architects.
RAK Ceramics’ newest collections are on display including RAK-Cloud, a new sanitaryware solution designed in collaboration with the Italian designer Giuseppe Maurizio Scutellà. With wall-mounted or wall-hung sanitaryware, elegant freestanding bathtubs and washbasins, softly curved bowls or wall solutions, RAK-Cloud, will appeal to the most demanding and visionary interior designers.
The latest Maximus Slabs collection are also on display. As the trend for large tiles continues to grow, RAK Ceramics has added new lines to this super-sized slab collection. Versatile and simply beautiful, Maximus Slabs revolutionize the design and architecture world by opening up new perspectives in tile applications that were previously unimaginable. The continuous surface of Maximus is designed for any type of application including floors and walls, cladding, furnishing, and countertops, providing creative flexibility combined with high technical and aesthetic performance.
Managing Director of RAK Ceramics (UK), Alvin Biggs, said: “This is a very exciting time for RAK Ceramics and we are thrilled to be opening our first flagship showroom in the UK. Our new ‘Room for Imagination’ will inspire you and you can view all of our latest tiles and sanitaryware collections.”
The showroom is located at Unit 2, Hurricane Park, Heartlands Parkway, Bromley, Birmingham, B7 5PJ.
More at: https://www.rakceramics.com/uk/en/
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