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Faucet Innovation from Philippe Starck and Sovrappensiero

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by Promila Shastri last modified Apr 29, 2014

Furniture and lighting weren’t the only revelations at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair. Two innovative faucet designs caused a stir, and with ample reason. The glamorous Axor Starck V—the latest in a range of faucets designed by Philippe Starck for German manufacturer Hansgrohe—has a wow factor that’s, well, crystal-clear. Starck’s — Continue reading …




 

 

0axorstarckv-0020axorstarckv-0010axorstarckv-003Furniture and lighting weren’t the only revelations at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair. Two innovative faucet designs caused a stir, and with ample reason. The glamorous Axor Starck Vthe latest in a range of faucets designed by Philippe Starck for German manufacturer Hansgrohehas a wow factor that’s, well, crystal-clear. Starck’s penchant for molded forms and technological innovation are evident in the all-glass, open spouted Axor Starck V, which elevates the everyday act of tap water flow into something approximating wonder by simplyand graphicallymaking the process completely transparent.

Less flamboyant, but no less handsome, is Milan design studio Sovrappensiero’s Cook kitchen faucet for Italian brand Mamoli. Cook’s graceful chrome arc is, in equal measure, crafted with functionality, esthetics, and conservation in mind—it’s elegant form snugly sheathed in a detachable, flexible silicone stemavailable in 5 pleasing contemporary huesand fitted with an energy-efficient water cartridge. Water may never have flowed this cleanly before.cook_faucet_sovrappensiero_mamoli_02cook_faucet_sovrappensiero_mamoli_04cook_faucet_sovrappensiero_mamoli_03Link


 

 

 
 
 

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