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AUG 2015

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August 2015 | | 13 Duravit Expands Bath Competition New York, NY — For its third year, Duravit's annual Designer Dream Bath Competition will include category options for both built and unbuilt projects. The com- petition, which for the last two years has encouraged architects and designers to imagine their dream bath with a selection of new Duravit products, will now allow those who have used Duravit throughout 2014-15 to share their work, too. Duravit USA President Tim Schroeder explains, "With this change, we look forward to broadening our audience for the competition. Growing the competition to two categories highlights the breadth of Duravit's product offering and its...pos- sible applications." In the dream bath category, participants are asked to use their personal bathrooms as a basis for their design and imag- ine their ideal bath space using Duravit's latest collections: Cape Cod, ME by Starck and L-Cube. Entrants then submit a sketch or rendering illustrating the po- tential transformation using the selected Duravit products. The winner in this category will be awarded the Duravit items used in his or her dream project up to a value of $10,000, and profes- sional photography after the project is complete. For the built project category, participants may submit a project completed in the last year that fea- tures Duravit products. The architect or designer of the winning built proj- ect will receive their choice of Duravit products up to a value of $5,000 to use in the future. For more information, visit www. The 2015 De- signer Dream Bath Competition closes for entries on September 25, 2015. The winner will be announced during Duravit Design Week, October 5-7, 2015 at Duravit's New York City showroom. MS Int'l Opens in MN Minneapolis, MN — MS International Inc. has opened its newest distribution cen- ter in Minneapolis, MN. The 50,000-sq.-ft. facility will stock a full ofering of MSI product lines, including slabs, fooring, wall tile/mo- saics and hardscaping made from natural stone, quartz, porcelain and ceramic. The facility features a tile design gallery that show- cases the company's latest products, and digital kitchen, bathroom and stacked-stone visualizer tools for customer selections. W i t h o v e r 4 , 0 0 0 d e s i g n s t o s a m p l e , y o u r v i s i o n a w a i t s . O r d e r t o d a y a t w w w. To p K n o b s . c o m . 9 0 8 - 3 5 9 - 6 1 7 4 8 0 0 - 4 9 9 - 9 0 9 5 R e f l e c t y o u r p e r s o n a l s t y l e Circle No. 6 on Product Card

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