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22. Oktober 2021

A Bavarian-Japanese liaison
Japanese bathroom manufacturer TOTO supplies high-end shower toilets to an exclusive Munich address: The Langham Nymphenburg Residence.


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<p><span>TOTO&rsquo;s exclusive shower toilets are among the special wellness amenities found in the bathrooms of The Langham Nymphenburg Residence. This bathroom features the RX EWATER+ model. The EWATER+ hygiene feature is exclusively available from TOTO: It washes the wand jet with antibacterial water following every use. Photo: Stephan Julliard</span><span></span></p><br /><p></p><p><span>Featuring luxurious decorations and furnishings, The Langham Nymphenburg Residence delivers the service and amenities of a luxury hotel with the comforts of a private home. Munich-based architecture firm Mang Mauritz always works with exclusive brands that can realise their vision of &ldquo;mindful luxury&rdquo; in their projects. They chose TOTO&rsquo;s WASHLET&trade; RX EWATER+ models for the bathrooms. Photo: Stephan Julliard</span><span></span></p><br /><p></p><br /><p></p><p><span>Each bathroom at The Langham Nymphenburg Residence was individually designed with lovely materials and colours. The streamlined shower toilet from TOTO fits perfectly in every space. Shown here: The RX EWATER+ model, which received the iF Design Award in 2019. Photo: Andreas Achmann</span><span></span></p><p>A view of one of the bedrooms at The Langham Nymphenburg Residence. Guests can enjoy a sophisticated blend of styles, combining modern design and historic elements in a massive space spanning around 800 m<sup>2</sup>. Photo: Stephan&nbsp;Julliard</p><p><span>Exquisite materials, exclusive minimalism and instinctive decorative accents make the kitchen at The Langham Nymphenburg Residence so stunning. Photo: Andreas Achmann</span><span></span></p><p><span>The Langham Nymphenburg Residence in Munich is a 200-year-old former cavalier house renovated into a luxurious guest house for long-term stays by Mang Mauritz Architekten. Every space, including the salon and bathrooms, was designed to provide guests with the greatest possible comfort. TOTO is just one of the exclusive brands selected by the architects for this transformation. Photo: Stephan Julliard</span><span></span></p>

The former cavalier house of famed Munich-based porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg is a building with a very special history – and very exclusive lodging after two years of renovations. Visitors can book extended stays in the over 800 m2 guest house, which boast a stunning view of beautiful Nymphenburg Palace. Featuring luxurious decorations and furnishings, The Langham Nymphenburg Residence delivers the service and amenities of a luxury hotel with the comforts of a private home. A little piece of Japanese bathing culture has moved into the Bavarian building with the TOTO shower toilet, WASHLET™.

In addition to its exclusive location on Nymphenburg Palace’s circle, people who visit The Langham Nymphenburg Residence will enjoy an expansive space – with four bedrooms, three living rooms, a high-end kitchen, dining room, workout room, seven bathrooms and a home theatre. What really makes this luxury dwelling so unique besides its sheer size is the guest house’s extraordinary interior design. “Our guests enjoy a great deal of space, privacy and exclusivity in a beautiful, historic environment,” said Doris Greif, Managing Director & RVP Operations Europe & Middle East at Langham Hospitality Group, describing the special features of the Nymphenburg Residence. Munich-based architecture firm Mang Mauritz, responsible for realising the project. stressed that the guest house is also a “showcase for incorporating bespoke porcelain objects into interior design.” For over 250 years, Bavarian porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg has impressed customers and enthusiasts alike with handcrafted plates and cups, as well as individually designed tiles, washbasins, lighting solutions and sculptures made of the “white gold.”

In this way, the guest house is a kind of stage for the porcelain objects and their intricate paintwork. They provide the inspiration for the different, often magical worlds hidden behind the inn’s many doors. For example, the blue and white decoration in the “Royal Bavarian Spa” features images of all Bavarian castles, and a children’s room is dedicated to the circus.

Holistic design by Mang Mauritz Architekten
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Mang Mauritz spent two years painstakingly renovating the over 200-year-old former cavalier house, where the factory’s directors also lived. The opportunity to design this new guest house was both “an honour and a challenge.” According to architect Stefan Mauritz, “We needed to take a holistic approach to this project – from the first sketches to the tiny decorative details. This was the only way to create harmony between this historic “shell” and its newly designed interior.” At the same time, it was necessary to incorporate building, communication and wellness technologies that would meet strict historic preservation rules while living up to the high standards of a five-star hotel.

Japanese bathing culture for Nymphenburg Residence
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TOTO’s exclusive shower toilets are among the special wellness amenities found in the bathrooms of The Langham Nymphenburg Residence. Mang Mauritz always works with exclusive brands that can realise their vision of “mindful luxury” in their projects. TOTO is Japan’s leading manufacturer of sanitary ceramic products. The company has been bringing its Japanese bathing culture and products with extraordinary functionalities to the European market for over 10 years now. The upscale hotel industry recognised early on that their sophisticated clientele would appreciate the comfort, hygiene and stylish elegance of TOTO’s solutions.

The bathrooms at The Langham Nymphenburg Residence are all equipped with TOTO’s WASHLET™ RX EWATER+ models. Like all TOTO shower toilets, this streamlined option includes innovative hygiene technologies that deliver an especially luxurious experience in the bath. Comfort features like the gentle warm water spray, heated seat, odour-absorbing filter and dryer are very welcomed like the EWATER+ function, which cleans the toilet bowl and wand jet with electrolysed water that reduces bacteria for the ultimate hygiene.

TOTO solutions at a glance
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The most important TOTO toilet hygiene technologies:

  • Rimless bowl makes the toilet easier to clean, for improved hygiene
  • TORNADO FLUSH: Creates a whirlpool that thoroughly cleans the entire toilet bowl
  • CEFIONTECT: The long-lasting special glaze keeps the surface looking beautiful for years and prevents germs or residues from accumulating.

The most important TOTO WASHLET™ hygiene technologies:

  • EWATER+ thoroughly cleans the ceramic and wand jet with electrolysed water – keeping the wand jet and toilet bowl cleaner for a longer time
  • The wand jet on TOTO shower toilets is positioned above the toilet bowl and disappears behind a flap after use and cleaning. This is a standard feature that keeps all TOTO WASHLET™ models cleaner and more hygienic.
  • PREMIST automatically sprays water on the surface of the toilet bowl before each use. It is more difficult for waste to cling to the ceramic when it is moist.

About TOTO Europe
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TOTO, one of the world’s leading sanitary ware companies, has an unwavering focus on people and their well-being. Established in Kitakyushu, Japan in 1917, TOTO has been developing, producing and marketing its comprehensive high-end bathroom concepts for the European market since 2009. The company aims to create a new attitude towards life through regeneration, comfort and hygiene, integrating technologies into their product designs in a smart, nearly invisible way. Japan’s leading manufacturer in the sector, TOTO offers a comprehensive range of products including ceramic sanitary ware, faucets and accessories. The company can now look back on over 40 years of developing and manufacturing WASHLET and has sold over 60 million units worldwide to date. TOTO supports the development of a fully emission-free society and is very committed to sustainability: By joining the RE100 initiative, TOTO Group will convert all of its facilities to power from sustainable energy sources by the year 2040. The company also received certification from the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBT) to reduce greenhouse gases in line with the Paris Agreement, and to systematically cut CO2 emissions further on this basis. TOTO employs 36,000 people world-wide.

Read more about TOTO online: gb.toto.com


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