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Sanipex Group supports designers from concept to project delivery

Manufacturer channels global trends with its inspiring bathroom collections and offers architects industry expertise, product compatability and robust supply chains

In association with
Stratos countertop washbasins with Zephyr mixer taps, WC and showerhead, the Bagnodesign collection, Sanipex Group.
Stratos countertop washbasins with Zephyr mixer taps, WC and showerhead, the Bagnodesign collection, Sanipex Group.

Sanipex Group is the premier choice for industry professionals designing beautiful bathrooms across a range of hospitality, retail, institutional and residential projects.

Combining durability with expert craftsmanship, Sanipex Group has a broad range of bathroom products - taps, bathtubs, showers, basins, bathroom furniture, WCs and bidets, lighting and accessories - in a choice of distinctive finishes and materials. It can also provide bespoke products for professional clients.

Sanipex Group's bathroom collections reflect the latest global interiors trends, from modern minimalism, Japandi and organic biophilic styling to opulent maximalism and urban-luxe looks.

The company has specialised project support teams across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It works closely with clients through every stage of a project, from the early concept to ensure product compatibility and compliance, through to project delivery, site visits and after-sales support. Sanipex Group's expertise, knowledge and robust supply chains ensure outstanding results.

Sanipex Group prides itself on maintaining consistently high levels of service and commitment to clients to deliver what is needed when it is needed

For more information and technical support, visit sanipexgroup.com

 

Contact:

01924 233977

info@sanipexgroup.co.uk


 

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