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H&R Johnson ties-up with IIID to drive Innovations

H&R Johnson (India) has tied-up with the Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID) to launch its latest innovations in ceramic tiles in India.
IIID and H&R Johnson are organizing “The Innovations in Ceramic Tile” conference, which aims to provide a platform for interior designers and architects to exchange ideas and develop key product and design innovations. The conference to be held in New Delhi on May 13 will witness convergence of over 150 architects, interior designers and product designers besides various corporate businesses.
During the conference, H&R Johnson will showcase its latest product innovations in Johnson, Marbonite & Endura as well as preview some of the new innovations it plans to launch in the market soon.
Vijay Aggarwal, Managing Director, H&R Johnson, said, “Our partnership with IIID offers a great opportunity to create a joint platform to drive innovations and ideas. The Innovation conference being organized as part of this partnership will highlight the creativity behind our prolific products, its detailing and functionality across tiles, kitchen and bath segment.”
The company will showcase its new innovative offerings under Johnson including new range of Johnson Scratch-free, 2×1, Stonex & Germ-free developed specifically for the architect and interior designers. Similarly, in Marbonite, it will showcase Infinity, GV Polished, Colours, & large format innovations it plans to roll-out in the market during the current Quarter including Marbonite Slabs & Marbonite 2×1 Wall. In Endura, the company will preview specialized innovations for industrial premises including Industrial tiles, super-grip floorings, Endura Cladstone and anti-static tiles along with a host of luxury bathroom products & modular kitchens.

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