Grohe products win top awards
Beirut, May 15, 2012
Grohe has announced that its products – four lines of faucets and a hand-shower - have received the Red Dot Award for Product Design 2012.
The products exhibit a perfect blend of innovation, functionality, ergonomics, ecology and longevity, a statement from the company said.
Paul Flowers, senior vice president, design, Grohe, said: “In developing our faucets and showers we work to the highest standards to achieve just the right balance of design, quality, sustainability and technology.”
“All of the products bestowed with a red dot award are characterised by a highly individual design while at the same time showcasing the Grohe style. The award-winning hand-shower from the Power&Soul line, for example, is inspired by the combination of conflicting opposites.”
It can produce both vigorous and caressing spray patterns, delivering a shower experience which is either invigorating or relaxing, the statement said.
In addition, choosing the desired spray pattern is made easier with the unique Grohe AquaDirect controller which puts the full variety of spray patterns at the user’s fingertips.
Users can choose between the gentle ‘Rain’ pattern, the aerated ‘Grohe Rain O2’ spray for a soft tingle, the powerful ‘Jet’ pattern for targeted relaxation of tense muscles and the dynamic and invigorating ‘Active Massage’ pattern, it said.
For the ultimate in personalised shower enjoyment it is possible to create another seven “mixed” patterns by combining the given spray patterns.
The Allure Brilliant line of faucets from the Grohe Spa collection, gives bathrooms a unique visual identity.
Exact edges and cuts project a self-confident look and varied surfaces reflect light in multiple ways. Its trademark feature is the ‘Aqua Window’, a square-shaped cut-out in the spout.
Some 1,800 companies from 60 countries had entered more than 4,500 products for the award. – TradeArabia News Service
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