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Delabie launches a range of mixers with retracting hand sprays

DELABIE have launched a range of mixers with retracting hand sprays in mechanical, pressure-balancing and thermostatic versions for enhanced safety and improved comfort. Anti-scalding safety Each mixer features a maximum temperature limiter. The pressure-balancing version has an EP cartridge which... View Article

Mapei exhibiting at Architect@Work 2018

Mapei will return to exhibit at Architect@Work for 2018 at stand 20. The carefully curated trade show is aimed at architects, interior designers and specifiers and takes place at London Olympia over two days 24th-25th January. Mapei will be featuring... View Article

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer when it comes to designing a nearly flat shower solution. The enamelled Cayonoplan shower surface adapts to many different structural requirements. For instance, if adequate height is available it can be installed at... View Article

Be in the know with Kingspan’s fire performance CPD

Kingspan Insulated Panels is running a RIBA Approved CPD programme on the Fire Performance of Insulated Panels and Rainscreen Façade Systems through a series of workshops and webinars. Recent high-profile fires have reinforced the vital importance of understanding and selecting... View Article

Lyndon makes a splash with colour

After several years in the cold, interiors are starting to feel the heat from vibrant colours that are staging a comeback. At the helm of this change is Lyndon by Boss Design who has unveiled a striking new range of... View Article

dormakaba unveils new website

dormakaba has launched its new website. Due to the merger in 2015, www.dormakaba.co.uk now provides a single source of information about the company’s comprehensive range of smart access and security solutions as well as its industry leading service and support... View Article

Get the heads up on intimate care developments

In any domestic property- social or private housing- the bathroom is the one room whose use, accessibility has more impact on someone’s dignity. In today’s society, it is also the one room that is most frequently adapted to accommodate occupant... View Article

The art of ‘floating’ Cantilever staircases

Architectural engineering and intelligent design can both integrate into a property, and transform architecture into art. One of the main features within a property that often gets overlooked, but when given attention can transform even the most standard of homes... View Article

Underfloor air conditioning upgrade for Avaya Fit-out

AET Flexible Space, leading provider of underfloor air conditioning systems has recently completed commissioning new equipment installed in the refurbished office buildings at the Cathedral Hill Campus, Guildford. The Campus, comprising three buildings, is now wholly owned by Europa Capital... View Article

‘World-class’ facilities enable health & wellbeing

People in the West Midlands wanting to improve their health and fitness can benefit from new, state-of-the-art facilities that deliver optimum accessibility in all aspects. University of Birmingham’s £55m sports club, Sport & Fitness, has, from the outset, been developed... View Article

Neaco balustrade called into service at new fire station

Improving accessibility has always been a recurring theme in the specification of Neaco’s products and so it proved again when the company’s balustrade systems were called into service for entrance ramps at Humberside Fire and Rescue Service’s new cutting-edge Hull Central Fire... View Article
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