CW Interiors |
Communication Feature | March 2015

Made for your senses

Two new collections by Grohe, for kitchen and bathroom, take sophistication to a new height and offer you a unique sensorial experience.
Brand Grohe was bought and re-named in 1948 by Friedrich Grohe Armaturenfabrik, and that makes it the oldest German manufacturer of sanitary faucets. The product lines from Grohe boast of precise German technology for kitchen and bath segments, which are developed with a revolutionary design philosophy for personal spas with no compromise on quality Grohe´s kitchen range, Minta, takes another step towards innovation. The range comes with EasyTouch technology, which instantly reacts to the slightest touch, letting you turn it on and off without leaving a mark. If your hands are busy with the cooking, you don´t need to touch the lever to use Minta. Just tap with your wrist or forearm for perfect control every time. What´s more, this practical and hygienic technology is seamlessly integrated. It is available as a curved C-shaped swivel-spout with pull-out mousseur spray and as the striking L-shaped swivel spout with pullout mousseur. ´Love at first touch´ is rightly used as the tagline for this exquisite product range.

The next new range by Grohe is the new F-digital Deluxe. Developed as an extension of the brand´s philosophy of recreating personalized spa environment at home, this range of bathroom fixtures offers multi-sensorial experience. New-age, luxurious and inspirational, this collection has modules on offer to enhance shower cabins with coloured lights, steam and music all at the same time. At the end of a tiring day, you are reassured of a sophisticated oasis of relaxation and well-being waiting for you at home. F-digital Deluxe offers a complete bathing experience - one that rejuvenates and exhilarates you. And the tagline for this collection is aptly put as ´stimulate your senses´.

(Communication by the management of the company)

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