Montreux, the legendary spa resort on the shores of Lake Geneva, was the inspiration for a collection reminiscent of the beginnings of the 20th century. Now the series has been extended by kitchen fittings and a showerpipe.
The contact-free and automatic control Touchfree from Dornbracht has an invisible sensor and is developed specifically for the semi-public sector. It enables architects, interior designers and planners more creative freedom in their schemes.
Kludi Push is a sophisticated user interface for shower and bathtub: Ergonomic push buttons start and stop the flow of water at the push of a button, and the temperature can be pre-set on the thermostat handle.
Michelin starred chefs Quique Dacosta and Sybille Schönberger collaborate with Hansgrohe to bring to life the movement of a modern chef in a busy kitchen. The light shows their better flow in the kitchen with the Hansgrohe Metris Select kitchen mixer.
Dornbracht's new Lissé series is a designer fitting that is geared to a quality-conscious as well as budget-conscious target group. It has an aesthetic quality that wants to sets an open invitation to simply and easily enhance the interior design.
Aesthetics and functionality: with Axor Citterio E, Philippe Grohe and Italian architect and designer Antonio Citterio are introducing a new collection that aims to exude value and elegance. It is their third jointly developed collection.
Matt instead of shiny is the new trend for kitchen faucets. In future, the familiar mirror-like gleam of chrome looks set to give way to velvety elegance. Grohe too is aiming to radiate a sense of matt understatement in the form of faucets with a Supersteel finish.