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Roca presents an exhibition on the history of bathroom products

by on Jan 29, 2016 in Perspective Promotions , Products
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The 'Book Stack' toilet

The 'Book Stack' toilet

Until 28 February, Roca is presenting an exhibition titled The Bath History – A Historical Retrospective

In the exhibition, Roca showcases a range of bathroom products from across the globe that span many decades. Pieces from the turn of the 20th century can be viewed alongside products that have recently been released by the company.

A dolphin-shaped, ceramic toilet

A dolphin-shaped, ceramic toilet

Highlights include the dolphin-shaped toilet of Empress Sissi which is dotted with blue patterns, an iron bath tub from 1895, and the ‘Book Stack’ toilet that was designed to look like a stack of books. Each of the pieces have unique, historic significance from locations such as Switzerland, France and Spain.

An iron bath tub

An iron bath tub

Details

Event: The Bath History – A Historical Retrospective

Venue: RocaConcepts, First Floor, The Hennessy, 256 Hennessy Rd, Wan Chai

Date & Time: Until 28 February, 11-8pm daily

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