Reece is excited for SID 2011 with plans in place and the event just around the corner.
August 16th, 2011
The finalist entries in the Reece BIA 2011 will be on display throughout the Saturday, with the awards ceremony scheduled for 2pm.
2010 BIA finalists and winners
To add to the excitement, a Senator for New South Wales, Senator Matt Thistlethwaite will be in attendance to present the winners with their prizes.
There’s also much more for guests to look forward to. SID festivities will be kicking off early at Reece with a decadent breakfast and freshly brewed coffee in the morning. In the afternoon, canapés, champagne and the smooth sounds of acoustic guitar will be enjoyed from 1pm.
Reece will also be unveiling many key ranges that are all being launched for the first time into the Australian market.
The Nikles Pearl Showers were a big hit in Europe earlier in the year when they were revealed at ISH, the world’s leading bathroom fair in Frankfurt. Daniel from Nikles will be on hand throughout the day to discuss this exciting launch.
Also at the Reece bathroom life showroom will be Alex Caruso from Unoceramica to assist with the launch of the Axa by Unoceramica X-Tre Sanitaryware range.
Finally, there’ll be the much-anticipated Alape Tangens basin range by designer Yorgo Lykouria. This beautiful range plays tricks on the eyes as the basins appear to be deep inset basins from a distance but are actually shallow washplane basins. Following acclaim at ISH, the Alape Tangens range is expected to take the Australian market by storm.
Reece looks forward to welcoming you to SID 2011.
Reece bathroom life
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