Showering Paradise for Roman

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    UK Shower manufacturer and designer, Roman Limited, have just completed a prestigious project on the Paradise Island Resort of Langkawi, Malaysia, supplying just over 300 Shower Enclosures, Wetroom Panels and Shower Trays. The resort includes a series of high specification holiday apartments which overlook a lagoon. The holiday apartments are set against a luxurious backdrop where cable cars run from the top of the mountains down to the nearby beach.

    The upmarket resort called for Roman’s luxury 10mm thick glass Sculptures Range, along with their stylish Infinity Trays, for a designer finish. The specifiers also made use of the shower manufacturer’s Project Specification Guide, installing a series of bespoke options uniquely created to suit their brief.

    The Infinity Tray range is new to the South East Asian market, having already become popular across the UK and Europe for the project market. They offer a ‘simulated’ wetroom look, with their level access and flawless finish, but with a quick and easy installation.

    This is one of a number of high value specification projects that Roman is currently working on, following the launch of their specialist Project Specification Guide. The Guide was launched in October 2012 and was quick to scoop the Gold Award for Marketing at the 2012 Designer Kitchen and Bathrooms Magazine Awards in November.

    The Project Specification Guide is available via a printed brochure or through a dedicated website, It is designed for volume projects, where specifiers are looking for a tailor made solution.

    David Osborne, Managing Director at Roman, commented: “We are delighted to have supplied showering solutions for such a high quality resort. The specifiers working on the holiday apartments were very specific about what they needed from a shower enclosure supplier – off the shelf would simply not work for every single apartment. The products installed included some standard products from our Sculptures range including; Wetroom Panels, Hinged Doors and Sliding Doors, but some of these were then tweaked to suit different apartments, using our Project Guide. We also introduced them to our Infinity Tray Range, which we know is something a bit different for this market. They liked the seamless look which was presented due to the waste being disguised with a solid surface cover, so were quick to add these onto the specification. The finished apartments look fantastic and our minimalist showering solutions work perfectly in the space.”

    Daniel Fountain / 20.03.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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