Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Products – Kitchen & Bath

A collaboration between the Italian giants and product design Valcucine, kitchen cabinets and Italian society, the kitchen by Alessandro Mendini and Gabriele Centazzo used glass and stainless steel complex modern gas. Nicknamed La Cucina Alessi, there is a high island with stainless steel, acrylic compound storage unit that offers easy access to equipment
 Audubon shelving fixture in sealed Jatoba and clear marine-anodized aluminum by Deep Stream Designs.
The bath giant is changing the way we look at multi-stream showerheads with its Flipside Handshower. Instead of filter controls that turn to change the water flow and pressure, this showerhead uses rotation and four different openings to provide a full face spray, a circular pattern face spray, a dense downpour, and a targeted massage spray. It comes in three polished-chrome and two brushed-nickel designs.
The Jalama widespread faucet, named for a beach in Santa Monica, aims for whimsical simplicity.   The spare, clean lines of the tall, flat spout provide the simplicity. The set comes in a variety of finishes, including chrome, Mocha Bronze, and satin gold.
  Personalization, however, is the buzzword of the moment for Axor, which commissioned Patricia Urquiola to design a suite of bath appointments for unpredictable characters.   Are molded from a polyester-coated mineral composite, with space-saving integrated towel holders. The lithe brass thermostatic faucet assemblies, offered in chrome or polished nickel, come in seven models for sinks, five for tubs, and two each for shower and bidet. An extensive assortment of accessories overlooks no detail.
 Ottocento tub in mineral composite by Agape
 Scenery kitchen in stainless steel and glass in gloss black finish by Scavolini.
 SC10 kitchen in laminate in Sterling Grey by SieMatic.
Rift cut framed base units in white oak, Denim Paperstone worktop, and C wall unit in dark gray pigmented lacquer by Viola Park.