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LYNDON DESIGN ARLINGTON Sleep 2012 provided the perfect platform for Lyndon Design to debut an inspirational seating collection, several new soft seating upholstery ranges and occasional table collections. The Arlington seating range, complete with separate back and two tiered cushions suspended on a hardwood frame, provides the ultimate in indulgence and luxury. Designed in- house by Lyndon Design, the new collection will be available in an armchair, and two and three seater sofa options. www.lyndon.co.uk


METHVEN WAIPORI Bathroom manufacturer Methven UK has launched the Waipori collection, which features a modern, sleek design and stylish chrome finish. Satinjet shower technology uses twin jets of colliding water, allowing for lower flows without compromising on luxury. The tapered lines and distinctive arcs are carried through to the whole collection, which includes showerheads, handsets and tapware. www.methven.com


HANSGROHE ECOSMART CHECK Hansgrohe has unveiled a way for hoteliers to reduce water and energy consumption by as much as 33%. The EcoSmart Check package consists of a measuring cup to determine flow rate, two Hansgrohe aerators to fit onto existing spouts and the Crometta 85 Green handshower. The Online Savings Calculator then computes and displays the results for entire hotels and is also available for smartphones and tablets. www.hansgrohe.com


AA CORPORATION SHANGRI-LA MYANMAR AA Corporation has been awarded the contract to complete the interior fit out for the Shangri-La Serviced apartments and public areas located in Yangon, Myanmar, opening in April 2013. Consisting of 240 luxury serviced apartments overlooking the Kandawgyl Lake, the building interior has been completed by Singapore based interior designer TID. AA Corporation recently completed the InterContinental Da Naang Sun Peninsula Resort, pictured. www.aacorporation.com


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