Luxury apartments get Roca bathroom treatment

Published:  02 July, 2014

DHW, water services, Roca

Bathroom furniture supplied by Roca for the luxury Sesame Apartments in Battersea include basins, baths, water-saving taps and showers. This development by Thornsnett comprises 80 apartments with views over the River Thames.

To help reduce water consumption, Roca’s Thesis taps were chosen. They incorporate a cartridge that provides resistance at 50% of full, promoting users to think before they turn the tap onto full. This cartridge also has a temperature limiter to eliminate the risk of scalding.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2014, 112

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