Kohler launches 2 new products in ME
Dubai, October 24, 2010
Kohler, a global leader in kitchen and bath design and technology, has brought two new glass and bronze crafted wash basins, the Kallos glass lavatory and Katagami metal lavatory, to the Middle East market.
As the latest additions to Kohler Nature’s Chemistry and Artist Editions collections, each of these bathroom sink styles offers its own distinct look, while embracing the raw, elemental qualities of natural materials, and beautifully capturing the exquisite interplay of light and water, a statement said.
“The inspired imagery of the sun delicately sparkling off the ripples of the Gulf that the glass Kallos brings to mind, and the fond memories of celebrations and feasts with family that the bronze Katagami conjure, is sure to resonate well with our Middle East customers,” said Mohamed Nada, regional marketing manager at Kohler Co.
The new Kallos spun glass lavatory is Kohler’s first in an under-counter style, creating a distinctive architectural pattern reminiscent of fine crystal, he said.
The lavatory’s design creates a visual depth, while appropriately concealing the view of toiletries stored inside the vanity. Being available in a standard 35.6 cm diameter makes this lavatory ideal for new construction and remodeling projects.
Cast in bronze and finished to a warm, dark patina, the Katagami wading pool lavatory highlights the movement of water. The generous 50.8 by 41.9 cm wading pool basin includes a distinctive, elevated drain cover featuring a subtle floral motif.
The shallow texture from the floral pattern creates unique water patterns, and the drain cover’s elevation over the drain allows water to visually disappear into the sink.
The Kallos and Katagami lavatories are now available across the Middle East through Kohler’s regional distributor network.-TradeArabia News Service
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