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Michael Marbach

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Product Manager for Toilets and Bidets at Kohler, the kitchen and bath manufacturer

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The sponsor for the "Future City" Pecha Kucha was the Japanese bath manufacturer TOTO, who displayed its new  Neorest 550 , a high-tech luxury toilet which includes features like an…

The Battle for the Affluent Bottom

The sponsor for the "Future City" Pecha Kucha was the Japanese bath manufacturer TOTO, who displayed its new Neorest 550 , a high-tech luxury toilet which includes features like an…

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