Kaldewei shower surfaces fitted at Embassy Gardens

At up to 1.8m metres long, the Superplan XXL brings super-sized, floor-level showering to the Nine Elms development

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Kaldewei's XXL Superplan shower surface at Embassy Gardens, London.
Kaldewei's XXL Superplan shower surface at Embassy Gardens, London. Credit: EcoWorld Ballymore, Embassy Gardens

Kaldewei’s Superplan XXL shower surface and baths - Cayono, Puro and Centro Duo 2 - have been specified for Phase 1 and 2 of the Embassy Gardens project in Battersea on London’s South Bank, developed respectively by Ballymore and an EcoWorld Ballymore joint venture.

The floor-level Superplan XXL’s generous dimensions, with flush-fitting recessed waste cover, guarantee easy access and gives more freedom of movement for showering, with plenty of room for two. An optional Kaldewei Secure Plus near-invisible, anti-slip finish ensures safe footing in the shower without detracting from the design. The shower surface is available in the exclusive matt shades of the Coordinated Colours collection and in a wide range of dimensions up to 1.8 metres.

Kaldewei shower surfaces, washbasins and baths are 100 per cent recyclable and made from superior Kaldewei steel enamel, which fuses steel and glass for exceptional toughness and a smooth and highly scratch-resistant surface.

Kaldewei guarantees optimised life-cycle costs through resource-efficient manufacturing, superior material properties and the remarkable longevity of its bathroom solutions, which are supplied with a 30-year warranty. Kaldewei is the partner of choice for architects and designers when it comes to sustainable bathroom design.

  • Kaldewei XXL Conoflat shower surface and Cono washbasin.
    Kaldewei XXL Conoflat shower surface and Cono washbasin.
  • Kaldewei Scona shower surface with KA 90 ultra flat waste fitting ensures comfortable floor-level showering.
    Kaldewei Scona shower surface with KA 90 ultra flat waste fitting ensures comfortable floor-level showering.
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For more information and technical support, visit: kaldewei.co.uk

 

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