Award-winning designer and manufacturer of luxury stone composite bathware apaiser has launched its first stand-alone showroom in Singapore.
April 1st, 2014
The Melbourne-based company has opened a new signature showroom on Mosque Street, in the heart of the CBD.
Apaiser is a name synonymous with luxury and the company already enjoys a presence in Singapore – its bathware collections can be found in luxury hotels, condominiums and private residences here, including Pan Pacific, PARKROYAL on Pickering, The Marq, Hilltops and Crockford Towers at Resorts World Sentosa. The brand even has a Sentosa range inspired by a luxurious resort on the island.
Designed with optimum performance and durability in mind, apaiser’s hand-sanded and hand-finished stone composite bathware is manufactured using reclaimed sustainable ingredients, retaining the highest level of stone content in the market. The unique hand-finishing process serves to minimise carbon output during production, ensuring low environmental impact. In addition, the products can be fully customised and tailored for designers and developers.
The showroom in Singapore is the company’s first international retail outlet in its global retail rollout.
Apaiser Singapore is located at 23 Mosque Street.
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