The Duravit Group strengthens Global Project Business Team
With immediate effect Matt Oakley is appointed to the position of International Specification Manager.
Matt will be located within the UK and will be responsible for the on-going development of the Duravit brand within international projects, working closely with Architects and Interior Design Practices who specify on a global basis.
Matt joins us having held similar positions at both Dornbracht & Vado.
Toni El Kadi, Head of Global Project Business comments: “Having Matt as part of our global project business team is a major advantage given his previous experience with international projects and his ability to collaborate successfully with specifiers in key design hubs such as London. I am thrilled to have him onboard.”
Martin Carroll, Managing Director of Duravit UK comments: “We are delighted to welcome Matt to work alongside our UK Projects Team, to help develop and strengthen our relationships with key specifiers who are based in London, the architectural hub for global development”
About Duravit AG
Founded in 1817 in Hornberg in the Black Forest, Duravit AG is today a leading international manufacturer of designer bathrooms. Aspiring to the highest of standards, the complete bathroom supplier designs and manufactures sanitary ceramics, bathroom furniture, bathtubs and shower trays, wellness systems, shower-toilets, faucets, and accessories as well as installation systems. Alongside its in-house design expertise, Duravit also works closely on product development with an international network of designers such as Cecilie Manz, Philippe Starck, Christian Werner, Sebastian Herkner, and Bertrand Lejoly as well as talented newcomers. The company’s ambition is to make its stakeholders’ lives a little better each day through a combination of forward-looking designs, uncompromising product excellence, a keen sense of human requirements, and responsible corporate management. A key measure in achieving these aims is the overriding mission to become a climate-neutral business by 2045 with no exceptions.