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RAK Ceramics: A full interiors solution for bathroom designers

Company's broad sanitaryware and accessories offering provides architects with a one-stop shop for everything from high-end refurbishments to large volume developments

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RAK Ceramics' RAK-Petit washbasin and RAK-Joy vanity: Minimal shapes and compact dimensions for small but special bathrooms.
RAK Ceramics' RAK-Petit washbasin and RAK-Joy vanity: Minimal shapes and compact dimensions for small but special bathrooms.

RAK Ceramics' bathroom solutions include sanitaryware, brassware, furniture, mirrors and wall and floor tiles. This allows the company to service the top-end luxury market as well as mid-range sectors.

Many of the collections in the RAK Ceramics portfolio are designed to be interwoven. While offering a specific design element themselves, they can work alongside other ranges for a seamless finish, all from one trusted supplier.

The RAK-Petit collection of deep-based ceramic washbasins is designed for compact bathrooms and cloakrooms where, to feel luxurious, fixtures and fittings have to work that bit harder. RAK-Petit was created in collaboration with award-winning Italian designer Giuseppe Maurizio Scutellà and the washbasins feature minimal shapes and modest dimensions.

  • RAK-Des washbasin and RAK-Joy vanity: A concept bathroom suite that pays tribute to the Bauhaus school.
    RAK-Des washbasin and RAK-Joy vanity: A concept bathroom suite that pays tribute to the Bauhaus school.
  • The RAK-Petit space-saving, deep-based washbasin can be installed freestanding.
    The RAK-Petit space-saving, deep-based washbasin can be installed freestanding.
  • RAK-Des freestanding pedestal washbasin: One-piece minimalist lines.
    RAK-Des freestanding pedestal washbasin: One-piece minimalist lines.
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Freestanding RAK-Petit washbasins come in circular and square shapes in Alpine White. They measure 360mm wide x 900mm tall. The wall-hung versions come in the same round and square options and have a ceramic ledge that provides an easy-to-clean surface for soaps and toothbrushes.

The deep-based washbasins can be combined with RAK-Joy vanity units to provide storage where space allows.

Another bathroom collection, RAK-Des, is designed to achieve form and function and practical, comfortable spaces. With this collection, RAK Ceramics aims to make bathrooms as relaxing as living spaces.

RAK-Des bowls and freestanding washbasins have boutique hotel-style minimal lines and sleek and streamlined finishes. Like the RAK-Petit washbasins, these can be combined with RAK-Joy vanities as well as RAK-Precious countertops.

  • RAK-Precious Cool Grey washbasin with RAK-Joy vanity: Richer finishes provide an alternative to ceramic white.
    RAK-Precious Cool Grey washbasin with RAK-Joy vanity: Richer finishes provide an alternative to ceramic white.
  • Wall-hung RAK-Precious Travertino Ivory washbasin: Porcelain tile integrated solutions.
    Wall-hung RAK-Precious Travertino Ivory washbasin: Porcelain tile integrated solutions.
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RAK-Precious provides a luxurious alternative to functional ceramic white, with surfaces that mimic the natural properties of stone, marble and cement, bringing the trend for industrial styling into the bathroom in a functional way.

The RAK-Des WC can be wall-hung or installed back-to-wall and features the latest in flushing technology.

Working with a manufacturer that can provide total bathroom solutions is important. RAK Ceramics gives architects maximum creative freedom for their bathroom designs. See the RAK Ceramics' Bathroom Book 2021 brochure at rakceramics.com/download-area 

For more information and technical support, visit rakceramics.com 

 

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01730 237850

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