Architects and designers will have the opportunity to learn more about SaphirKeramik, Laufen’s revolutionary lightweight material for the formation of bathroom ceramics that are pencil thin, at the 2nd edition of Architect@Work.
Taking place on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 January at London’s Earls Court 2, Architect@Work is specially tailored for architects, interior designers and other consultants, with a focus on innovation.
The unique concept of the event sees a range of innovative products, including Laufen’s SaphirKeramik washbasins, which have been specially selected by a panel of judges, on display in the exhibition area.
SaphirKeramik brings innovations in terms of the physical properties that can be created with ceramic, opening up a whole new level of creativity for the bathroom designer. Able to withstand scratches and the impact of chemical agents such as detergents and lime scale, SaphirKeramik also achieves an extremely narrow radius on the curvature of corners – up to 1-2 millimetres – resulting in washbasins that are super-thin and extremely lightweight.
Visitors to Architect@Work can see the results of this unique new material for themselves, with a range of washbasins made from SaphirKeramik forming an important part of the exhibition space. With the event also giving exhibitors and visitors the opportunity to make direct contact, Laufen’s Manager of Global Projects Ilker Hussein and Specification Executive David Bromell will be present throughout the two days to discuss the design possibilities offered by the Laufen brand and its products.
To learn more about SaphirKeramik and the other innovations and solutions available from Laufen, visit Stand 47, Earls Court 2, 29-30 January 2014.