Glass cubicle sets commercial trend

Washroom Washroom demonstrates that there's more to glass than meets the eye

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Alto Kristalla with acid etch glass to the face.
Alto Kristalla with acid etch glass to the face.

Alto Kristalla, the glass toilet cubicle designed and manufactured by Washroom Washroom, has proved to be one of the stand-out trends this year, taking the commercial market by storm thanks to its array of available colours, textures and finishes.  

Based on Washroom’s already popular full height Alto cubicle system, Alto Kristalla features unique rebated edges for a flush facade with 6mm glass adhered to the face to create a striking look. Manufactured using specially toughened glass, it is suitable for both toilet and changing cubicles, and provides a sleek finish without compromising on performance.

Its design versatility, coupled with a high performance, durable finish, has made Alto Kristalla a popular choice for contemporary spaces especially for those looking to create washrooms that complement and reflect the design of the rest of the building.

With the option to back-paint the glass, utilise special textured glass, stainless steel trims and acid etching, Alto Kristalla boasts a huge range of different finishes, making it the perfect choice for the most discerning client and ideal for any washroom design.

Washroom’s range of full height Alto toilet cubicles, which includes Alto Kristalla, has been designed to provide an unrivalled design statement for areas where luxury and uncompromising style are essential.

Washroom’s Alto Kristalla cubicles can be downloaded as BIM objects from the National BIM Library and are also available in configurations to comply with approved Document M complete with outward opening doors.

  • Alto Kristalla with contrasting wood veneer pilasters.
    Alto Kristalla with contrasting wood veneer pilasters.
  • Alto Kristalla in light blue.
    Alto Kristalla in light blue.
  • Alto Kristalla with steel ironmongery.
    Alto Kristalla with steel ironmongery.
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For more information and technical support visit www.washroom.co.uk.


 

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