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New brochure adds culture to the bathroom
Leading sanitaryware manufacturer Laufen is getting the New Year off to the very best of starts with the launch of its latest product brochure - Bathroom Culture.
In full-colour throughout, the brochure has an impressive 260 pages packed with full details on the manufacturer's complete portfolio of products, printed on heavy-weight stock to lend it the quality feel which has become synonymous with the Laufen brand.
The introductory pages of Bathroom Culture set the tone for all that follows, illustrating perfectly quality and design innovation which Laufen represents. Meanwhile, the stunning room-set photography used throughout shows the product ranges at their very best, spread over double pages to make the brochure simple to navigate.
Highlights of the Bathroom Culture brochure include some old favourites and new additions, including Living by Laufen, one of the manufacturer's classic sanitaryware ranges which has been given an exciting new look with new photography especially for the brochure. Included in the brochure for the first time is mimo - launched with great success during 2009 - and Lb3 designed by Luovica and Roberto Palomba.
Also making its debut in the Bathroom Culture brochure is Universal from Laufen, a range of contemporary ceramic accessories designed to perfectly complement the company's sanitaryware offering.
The new brochure also features the Laufen by SimilorGroup range of quality brassware, as well as full details of the manufacturer's complete range of bathtubs available at a glance.
Laufen has introduced a new brochure ordering system, making it easy for retailers to stock up on copies of Bathroom Culture simply by emailing or faxing their request directly to Laufen's head office from where it will be quickly dispatched.
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22nd January 2010