Style, Sustainability and Smart Design_Discover modern living with hansgrohe

Style, Sustainability and Smart Design_Discover modern living with hansgrohe
Style, Sustainability and Smart Design_Discover modern living with hansgrohe

“Water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water.” – Dr Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

Water is our greatest resource. And though it flows freely from the taps in most of our homes and places of work, it’s the one thing we can never take for granted. At hansgrohe, curbing the effects of the global water crisis has become a natural conclusion.

hansgrohe explores the subtle art of water flow, sustainability, and style that is both forward-thinking and timeless.

Select responsibility and design

hansgrohe’s award-winning design is combined seamlessly with water saving technology that enhances your life, lowers water usage and even cuts your energy costs. You can turn on the luxurious Metropol Select basin mixer with a clearer conscience, as it’s made with water saving in mind. And it all happens at the touch of a button.

The Metropol Select turns water on and off intuitively, and you can even use your forearm or elbow to start and stop the flow at will. It’s already been seen in some of the most exclusive hotels and boutique hideaways in Europe, and now the hansgrohe Metropol Select is ready to style up South African hotels and dream homes.

Metropol’s unmistakeable geometric silhouette and open curves are living European design at its finest, with elegant, expansive surfaces, precise lines and gentle, polished reflections setting off any light that touches them. Metropol Select simply pushes all the right buttons – and now, so can you.

The heart of your home

For the other special room in the house, hansgrohe’s Metris and Talis Select kitchen mixers are form and function intertwined in neatly packaged, timeless design. These premium kitchen mixers are the perfect fit for the design conscious and environmentally responsible.

Their flowing lines complement hansgrohe’s stainless steel and granite sinks with button-operated water flow. With barely a touch, water flows evenly, using hansgrohe’s EcoSmart technology to conserve without compromising on comfort.

The future of water is here

hansgrohe is redefining the way we use water in the hearts of hotels, homes and workplaces, delivering luxury at the touch of a button, all encased in sleek, sustainable design.

To view hansgrohe’s full range, visit www.hansgrohe.co.za.

hansgrohe. Sustainable by Design!


About the hansgrohe Group

With its brands AXOR and hansgrohe, the hansgrohe Group, based in Schiltach/Southern Germany, enjoys a reputation as a leader in quality, innovation and design within the bath and kitchen industry. The hansgrohe Group brings form and function to water with taps, showerheads and shower systems. The 116-year history of the company is marked by innovations such as the first hand-held shower with multiple spray types, the first pull-out kitchen tap, and the first wall bar to hold a hand-held shower. The company holds more than 17,000 active propriety rights. The hansgrohe Group stands for long-lasting quality products. With 34 subsidiaries and 21 sales offices supplying products in more than 140 countries, the company is a reliable partner to its customers around the world. The hansgrohe Group, its brands and products have won numerous awards, including more than 500 design prizes since 1974. Sustainable production of resource-conserving products is central to the company’s business activities around the globe. The products of the hansgrohe Group are featured in projects around the world, such as the luxurious ocean liner Queen Mary 2, and the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. The Group’s high-quality standards are ensured by five wholly-owned production facilities: two in Germany, one each in France, the United States and China. In 2016, the hansgrohe Group generated a turnover of EUR 1.029 billion. It employs more than 4,800 people worldwide, about 60 percent of whom work in Germany.

 

 

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