What interested me most about this Cersaie? The taps, a small small part in the design of a bathroom, yet a good faucet can really make the difference. Here are my favorites seen at the fair or a walk for the Bologna Design Week this week.
The series Cylinder, designed by Victor Vasilev, was a real stroke of lightning, especially in the variant that mixes brushed stainless steel and black matte.
The AQUIFER is a series of taps in stainless steel design, extremely essential, beautiful the idea of place and distance the mixer and the faucet.
22MM is a series of taps, from design, spotlessly clean, thanks to a special technology of miniaturization of technical parts, which allows to obtain a constant section all along the faucet from the dispenser to his commands.
The kitchen mixer taps of the Nobles are almost sculptures, eye-catching design and a practical magnetic system, which, in some models, it even allows you to double the radius of action of the hand shower.
The shower hose Agape has almost 15 years, and yet its clean and the dual function of support for the glass wall, always hit.
The series is 5MM in brushed stainless steel is one of my favorites: the faucet has a constant cross section and allows the passage of water in only 5mm. Beautiful even in single lever bath and shower.
Have you ever reflected on the importance that can have the study of the taps in the interior design of a bathroom? Tell me of your favorite companies, shapes and finishes that you have chosen for your bathrooms. We’ll see you soon with another post dedicated to the bathroom furnishing and to the news of the last Cersaie.
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