Stormtech’s linear drains are a seamless addition to shower spaces drastically improving mobility and accessibility in often crowded bathrooms and facilities.
New Zealand’s Methven, designer and manufacturer of premium showers and tapware, has launched the Aurajet, an inspired new showering design that defies convention.
With a mutual love for classical design, and Bauhaus, Art Déco, and Art Nouveau aesthetics, it’s only natural that Australia has become the latest point of expansion for German architectural hardware company, P. Bisschop.
Whether designing for commercial, residential or hospitality projects, there are universal considerations when specifying bathroom products. Budget, timeframe and quality are always key concerns, but another feature has become just as integral to every specification: sustainability.
Rogerseller expands its bathroom fixture selection with the addition of several bathroom essentials that keep in line with Rogerseller’s legacy of showcasing elegant designs of the highest quality.
After the success of the first range of timber bath spouts earlier this year, Wood Melbourne has evolved to include a timber–clad shower head and timber taps (in two hardware finishes, brass and chrome) and most recently developed a concrete range of basins, taps, spouts and shower heads. Here’s the official launch – doubling as the showroom opening.
With its minimalist, linear design simplicity, the state-of-the-art Gessi Rettangolo range, brings a dramatic sense of elegance and sophistication to any bathroom.
Insights from customers and kitchen designers have driven styling at Fisher & Paykel, and resulted in a ‘designed to match’ approach to kitchen appliances to create a cohesive style that responds beautifully to the ongoing trend for open-plan kitchens.