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Kährs Group introduce new designs at BAU show


Munich’s BAU show in January. Innovative wood designs for 2019 were presented, including reclaimed-themed designs, ultra matt wood floors and a brand new ‘Boardwalk’ collection of modern rustic wood floors. However, stealing the show was the Group’s exciting launch of an entirely new product category – Kährs Luxury Tiles. Over 250,000 visitors enjoyed BAU 2019,


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the ‘World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems’ held in Munich, Germany this January. With an impressive exhibition stand spanning over 200 sqm - including an integrated bar area – Kährs proudly showcased their new 2019 wood flooring designs with large, striking wall samples and within an example ‘shop-in- shop' point of sale concept. These included an entire new modern rustic collection ‘Boardwalk’ comprising of four single strip,


urope wood flooring manufacturer Kährs Group have introduced a range of new flooring designs during


board formats and rustic herringbone designs with saw marks were also displayed, and will be available in the UK later in the year. Shown for the first time at BAU, ‘Kährs


Luxury Tiles’ is a comprehensive offering of modern, waterproof and phthalate-free luxury tile designs in Dry Back, Click and Loose Lay. The LT product range includes over 170 wood and stone designs that utilise high-resolution technology with no repetition and a highly durable ceramic coating – the most abrasion resistant and robust coating on the market. The range also introduces a selection of PVC-free designs with especially low VOC values – Dry Back Enomer®


handscraped designs. Following the success of ultra matt wood collections ‘Lux’ and ‘Lumen’ last year, new grey and white toned ultra matt lacquered designs in Kährs ‘Capital’ and ‘Lumen’ collections were also introduced, alongside three reclaimed-themed designs with a unique, worn appearance. XL


Age-friendly housing – adaptable and ‘care ready’


Guidance billed as ‘a new bar for the design of future housing for an ageing population’ is reiterating the need for homes to be adaptable and ‘care ready’. One of the simplest means of ensuring that is met is by specifying a toilet that can evolve with people’s changing needs, says Closomat. Closomat’s range of shower toilets reflect contemporary design, with floor-standing and wall-mounted options that can be configured to individual choice – even in terms of concealed cistern, back panels, flush mechanisms. Uniquely, they can be personalised to individual user needs initially and retrospectively, so can evolve as the user ages to accommodate changing circumstances, mobility and dexterity. The company’s website is the ‘go to’ resource for specifiers involved in designing for ageing and/or disabled people, with a raft of white papers, NBS specifications, CAD blocks to simplify the process and deliver an appropriate, compliant solution. The expertise within the company represents the combined wealth of knowledge amassed from almost 60 years of helping disabled people optimise their dignity and independence in the bathroom, at home and away.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com Osmo excels at Oxford


When Brasenose College extended its student library into the old cloisters and required a hardwearing wood finish for the tops of the new desks, they turned to Osmo UK to provide a product that would protect and preserve


the wooden surfaces. The college contracted professional cabinet maker, David Haddock to create the extended library and stipulated that the new desk tops be protected with Osmo UK Polyx®


-Oil, a


premium wood finish that is guaranteed to keep wooden surfaces in top condition. Polyx®


tread-resistant wood finish based on natural ingredients. www.osmouk.com


-Oil is a high quality, water-repellent and Inspirational architectural ironmongery


Project Specification Group, a unit of ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland understands the importance of quality and attention to detail and has therefore launched new ranges of design-led ironmongery to complement any project. The new ranges of architectural ironmongery incorporate a wide variety of materials such as bronze, wood and


chrome and have been fashioned to make an impact, with designs featuring in prestigious projects across the world. The new Elmes, Fusital and Valli&Valli ranges combine aesthetics with function, ergonomics, safety, longevity and environmental responsibility.


ukspecification@assaabloy.com


, and a Marine range available for


marine ship projects. Please contact Kährs for more information


and availability for the new wood and LT product ranges – all suitable for domestic and commercial projects.


023 9245 3045 www.kahrsflooring.com


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