Rafayel on the Left Bank is part of Battersea's stunning and award-winning Falcon Wharf Development. Designed by architect James Burland, the unique and critically-acclaimed steel, glass and timber building provides a fitting home for Rafayel on the Left Bank.
Hotels & resorts
One of the world's first environmentally-conscious luxury hotels, Rafayel on the Left Bank is set to prove that hotels can embrace cutting-edge green technologies and minimize their environmental impact without comprising on 5-star luxury, quality or comfort. Incorporating the latest technological advances in LED lighting, air conditioning, VDA efficiencies and rainwater harvesting will enable the hotel to reduce the 70kg carbon footprint of the average London hotel guest by an astounding 20%. Roca's Element and Diverta collections were used to equip the hotel bathrooms providing a perfectly aligned solution with the hotel goals.
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Forceful, compact and rational. The architect David Chipperfield has drawn up a geometrical, pure, distinct and radical design. Thanks to the simplicity of its lines and his comprehensive plan for the bathroom, this collection can easily coexist with the different stylistic registers that are required of contemporary interior decorating.
Robustness and functionality go hand in hand with this collection. The straight lines, basic and stylish, predominate in this commitment to versatile, lively and practical pieces, which blend perfectly into any space and imbue it with a young and urbane personality.
More reference projects
Designed by world renowned emerging architectural master Ma Yansong, the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort Hotel is the only international luxury hotel in Huzhou, making it one of the most prestigious icons in the city.
Beijing Olympic buildings
Almost 15,000 Roca's products, including faucets, washbasins and toilets, were installed in Beijing's Olympic buildings: a number of hotels, the Olympic Village, two stadiums and the Security Command Centre for the Olympics.