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IdealSpec Latest News

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  1. May 12

    IDEAL STANDARD LAUNCHES NEW BRASSWARE RANGE

    Ideal Standard, the leading provider of innovative and design-driven bathroom solutions, has expanded its recently released Tesi collection, with the launch of the brand new Tesi brassware fittings range.

  2. May 10

    URINAL ART PROJECT LAUNCHED TO COMMEMORATE ANNIVERSARY OF DUCHAMP'S ICONIC FOUNTAIN WORK

    A new collaborative project between Hull School of Art and Design, the bathroom manufacturer Armitage Shanks and the Arts community in Hull, has been launched to celebrate the dual anniversaries of Duchamp's Fountain (100 years) and Armitage Shanks (200 years) in 2017.

  3. Apr 26

    CREATE BETTER BATHROOMS THIS BANK HOLIDAY

    As many of the British public start making plans for the Bank Holiday season, bathroom experts Ideal Standard are encouraging us to start to tackle those outstanding home improvements that never seem to leave the “To Do” list – starting with the bathroom, one of the most essential rooms in the home.

  4. Mar 30

    BATH TIME DECLINE, BUT SHOWERING BRITS ARE STILL A NATION OF WATER-WASTERS

    A new report by the UK’s leading authority on water efficiency, Waterwise, has found that despite more of us than ever making a conscious effort to save water, Britain unconsciously remains a nation of ‘water wasters’.