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Products • Taps


Waterworks Two decades after fi rst working together, Waterworks launches its latest collaboration with Thomas O’Brien. The Foro range strikes a balance between distinctive form and delicate details, with inspiration taken from classical Georgian moldings. The 42-piece collection features rounded bases, fi nely shaped tapered spouts, levers and cross handles with an etched fi nial. waterworks.com


Ritmonio Ritmonio presented the DOT316 tap in new confi gurations at this year’s ISH in Frankfurt. Designed with simplicity and elegance in mind, the tap has water-saving features characterised by the ECO water fl ow, designed to encourage the resposible use of environmental resources. The DOT316 tap is available in brushed, black and champagne stainless steel to appeal to minimalist interiors. ritmonio.it/en


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Dornbracht Dornbracht has launched the Meta and Meta Slim series at ISH, featuring clean lines and modern-shaped taps in a set of vibrant shades. Vivid colour and sleek metallic fi nishes have been grouped into three carefully curated collections – Fashion, Urban and Architectural. The Fashion collection includes four colours: pale green, light pink, grey-blue and yellow. dornbracht.co.uk


Axor 13 years after the fi rst collaboration with French designer Jean-Marie Massaud, Axor from Hansgrohe introduces the Axor Edge. The textured three-dimensional mixer is suited to a minimalist décor. Available for washbasins, baths, bidets and shower thermostat modules, choose from seven polished Axor FinishPlus surface colours, including polished brass and polished black chrome. hansgrohe.com


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