img(height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=2939831959404383&ev=PageView&noscript=1")

Discover the full interiors solution for bathrooms

The broad sanitaryware and accessories offering from RAK Ceramics provides architects and designers with a one-stop shop for everything from high-end refurbishments to large volume developments

In association with
RAK Ceramics' Panda Marble Mega-Slab large-format porcelain tiles: Bold patterns with elegant veins that remodel walls, floors and countertops.
RAK Ceramics' Panda Marble Mega-Slab large-format porcelain tiles: Bold patterns with elegant veins that remodel walls, floors and countertops.

RAK Ceramics is a total bathroom solutions provider, offering architects innovation, quality and exceptional service on every design aspect, from tiles and sanitaryware to brassware and furniture. 

As the third largest tile producer globally and the biggest porcelain tile producer in the world, the company is able to serve both the top-end luxury market and the more everyday functional needs of large volume orders; a one-stop shop for everything in the bathroom.

RAK Ceramics' award-winning Mega-Slabs are large-format porcelain tiles that can be used to create a tiled space with virtually no grout lines. In the bathroom they work particularly well as wall cladding and flooring.

Mega-Slabs are available in seven sizes up to 135x305cm and are recyclable, lightweight, durable, easy to clean and heat resistant. 

They come in a range of designs, including marble effect (shown here), concrete, stone and metal, so designers can incorporate the latest on-trend looks into any interior design without any maintenance issues. Mega-Slabs can be delivered direct to site for ease of handling.

  • RAK-Des countertop washbasin and RAK-Joy Uno furniture.
    RAK-Des countertop washbasin and RAK-Joy Uno furniture.
  • RAK Maximus Mega-Slab Preziosi Rock.
    RAK Maximus Mega-Slab Preziosi Rock.
  • RAK-Des freestanding pedestal washbasin.
    RAK-Des freestanding pedestal washbasin.
  • RAK Tech Marble Mega-Slab in Calacatta Africa.
    RAK Tech Marble Mega-Slab in Calacatta Africa.
  • RAK-Petit Square tall basin mixer in brushed gold.
    RAK-Petit Square tall basin mixer in brushed gold.
  • RAK-Petit Round freestanding bath shower mixer in matt black.
    RAK-Petit Round freestanding bath shower mixer in matt black.
123456

RAK Ceramics' RAK-Des collection is designed to achieve form and function in bathrooms that are as relaxing as living spaces.

There is a wide choice of RAK-Des freestanding, wall-hung and countertop bowls and washbasins featuring ergonomic shapes, minimal lines and sleek and streamlined finishes. Washbasins can be combined with RAK-Joy Uno vanities to create modular furniture with generous internal storage.

Recent brassware launches from RAK Ceramics include RAK-Petit Round and RAK-Petit Square, which are available in on-trend finishes that can be matched with co-ordinating accessories.

Bathrooms need to combine form and function seamlessly and working with a single manufacturer is a streamlined and convenient way for architects and designers to achieve a full interiors solution.

For more information and technical support, visit rakceramics.com 

 

Contact:

01730 237850

sales.uk@rakceramics.com


 

Latest

While there’s no doubt the housing market is undergoing huge changes, it’s not all simply due to Covid-19. Brian Green assesses the factors and future outlook

There’s more than the pandemic behind a changing sector

Nancy Sheung’s photographs reveal her hands-on construction experience, indomitable character and promotion of women in unlikely settings

Photographs reveal an unfazed woman in a man’s world

The Apollo Soteria Dimension Optical flush-mounted alarm comes in two versions - one for discreet aesthetics in residential and commercial settings; the other a secure solution for the care and custodial sectors

Apollo alarm comes in two versions - one for residential settings, the second for care and custodial environments

There are some quick fixes to make your building sustainable, but they can have high carbon costs that aren’t immediately obvious. Time is the key

Quick fixes make immediate impact but real sustainability needs long-term thinking

After 25 years of the RIBA’s top prize, what has it done for us? Tony Chapman has an emphatic answer

25 years of getting people to love modern architecture