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    Daniel Fountain
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    Showcasing its range of innovative and design-led bathroom solutions to designers and architects involved in the hotel industry, Roca will make its first appearance at the Sleep event 2013.Responding to the challenges of hotel bathroom design, Roca will present many of its key products at the show, not least among them being its revolutionary new In-Tank Meridian WC. Offering a compact sanitary solution to enable flexibility of design, Roca’s In-Tank Meridian back-to-wall and wall-hung WCs are the first to have an innovative concealed cistern integrated within the pan.

    The integrated cistern removes the need for often costly installation systems incorporating a separate concealed cistern, frame and flush plate. The wall-hung option is supplied complete with either a straight or an L-shaped support, enabling it to be fitted to solid or cavity walls.

    This means that In-Tank Meridian – already compact with a projection of just 595mm – requires even less space than standard back-to-wall and wall-hung WCs, offering greater flexibility of positioning as well as saving on installation complexity, time and materials.

    A further highlight of Roca’s stand at Sleep will be new additions to the prestigious Armani/Roca collection. Enabling the creation of sophisticated, contemporary and highly functional bathroom spaces, the original Armani/Roca collection launched in 2012. The range is split into four bathroom zones, which reflect the way we use the bathroom in modern living: Beauty, Wellness Bath, Wellness Shower and Basic Needs. Materials, textures and some surprising design combinations come together in the extended range to create harmony and sensuality along with comfort and elegance in the hotel bathroom.

    Helping interior designers and architects meet the demands and challenges of designing exquisite hotel bathrooms, all of these solutions and more can be found on Stand 9 at Sleep, from 20 to 21 November at the Business Design Centre, London.

    Daniel Fountain / 29.10.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs

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