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Kaldewei baths specified at Landmark Place

Classic Duo and Puro designs have been fitted in the master bathrooms at Barratt London's Sugar Quay development

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Kaldewei Classic Duo bath in a Sugar Quay master bathroom. Developer: Barratt London.
Kaldewei Classic Duo bath in a Sugar Quay master bathroom. Developer: Barratt London.

Overlooking the River Thames close to Tower Bridge, Landmark Place developed by Barratt London holds an unparalleled position in the City of London. The luxurious residential building has specified Kaldewei’s steel enamel Classic Duo and Puro baths.

Made from Kaldewei’s 100 per cent recyclable steel enamel, the Classic Duo is designed by Italian studio Sottsass Associati. It offers space for two and features matching backrests and a centrally positioned waste. The Classic Duo is available in a range of sizes and a choice of colours, including Alpine White, sanitary bathroom colours and in selected matt shades from Kaldewei’s Coordinated Colours collection. There are also easy-clean and anti-slip finish options.

Kaldewei’s Puro baths with side overflow were also selected for the development. The Puro features a straight-lined purist design and generous interior.

Steel enamel is a highly sustainable material that makes a noticeable contribution to conserving resources and is ideal for sustainably designed buildings. Kaldewei is an ethical steel enamel manufacturer and its bathroom solutions are 100 per cent recyclable, made from natural raw materials steel and glass and avoid the use of colour additives in production.

Kaldewei has been awarded an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) that complies with standards ISO 14025 and EN 15804. It is also a member of the US Green Building Council LEED. All Kaldewei products are supplied with a 30-year guarantee. The company offers a sustainable material choice that supports the UK government’s carbon neutral 2050 target.

  • The Kaldewei portfolio includes more than 600 shower surfaces, washbasins and baths. Made from Kaldewei’s 100 per cent recyclable steel enamel, they come with a 30-year guarantee.
    The Kaldewei portfolio includes more than 600 shower surfaces, washbasins and baths. Made from Kaldewei’s 100 per cent recyclable steel enamel, they come with a 30-year guarantee.
  • The Kaldewei Puro bath with side overflow provides a generous interior length.
    The Kaldewei Puro bath with side overflow provides a generous interior length.
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