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First Hong Kong showroom opens for German bathroom furnishing brand Keuco

by Peace Chiu on Apr 22, 2015 in Products
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iLook Move cosmetic mirror (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

iLook Move cosmetic mirror (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

The opening of the German furnishing brand's first showroom in Hong Kong brings the latest Keuco products as well as innovative designs and features to the city

Leading German bathroom furnishings brand Keuco recently opened its Architect and Design Centre in Wanchai.

Keuco opens its first showroom in Hong Kong in Wanchai (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

Keuco opens its first showroom in Hong Kong in Wanchai (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

Founded in 1953, Keuco has gone from being a market leader for high-quality bathroom accessories to presenting itself as a full-range supplier of bathroom furnishings including fittings, accessories, mirror cabinets, bathroom furniture and washbasins.

During the grand opening, Hartmut Dalheimer, managing director of Keuco said, "Our aim has always been to develop quality products which distinguish themselves through their design and functionality – also in respect to longevity."

Jorge Quintana, Keuco's regional export director echoed the company's commitment to design. "Keuco prides itself for innovation and our new Architect and Design Centre in Hong Kong aims to offer the most advanced and high quality bathroom wares," he said. "Being popular in the world, what characterise Keuco products are aesthetics, functionality and sensibility. We look forward to work with Van Shung Chong Holdings Limited to bring an extraordinary design experience and great service to our customers."

Check out some star products from Keuco that are now available in Hong Kong.

MeTime Spa range (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

MeTime Spa range (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

Edition 11 range (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

Edition 11 range (Photo courtesy of Keuco)

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