Caroma Reaffirms Commitment to Innovation at AIA Convention and Design Exposition

Caroma PR , June 01, 2011 at 6:03 PM

NEW ORLEANS – Caroma®, the worldwide leader in high-efficiency, dual-flush toilets for commercial and residential use, brought their innovative products to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention and Design Exposition held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans on May 12-14.

Located at booth #2256, several of Caroma’s latest products were on display, including a bright red pop-up display of their new wall hung toilet collection — the Invisi™ Series II, two new high-efficiency toilets — the Sydney Smart 305 and the Somerton Smart 270, as well as a working display of Caroma’s first-ever, low-flow shower head — the Caroma Flow. The Caroma booth was packed with architectural attendees for three days straight; throughout the day, thousands experienced Caroma’s water-saving, award-winning products firsthand.

“Over the past few years, we’ve enjoyed a strong showing at the American Institute of Architects Expo and this year was no exception," said Derek Kirkpatrick, North American General Manager of Caroma. “It was exhilarating to witness so many architects interact with Caroma products — some for the first time. We were glad for the opportunity to provide them with additional information and answer their questions on what differentiates Caroma products from others on the market. We look forward to working closely with these architects throughout the year,” concluded Kirkpatrick.

Boasting more than 80,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners in design, the AIA demonstrates their commitment to achieving precision and livability within architecture by hosting a national convention each year. Members engaged their deep-rooted commitment to public service in practice through seminars, exhibitions, and workshops during the three-day forum.