Kallista’s Futuristic Grid Faucet

Kallista’s new Grid faucet is an innovative piece that evokes age-old notions about simplicity of form while embracing the avant-garde technology of 3D printing.

Inspired by De Stijl—the Dutch movement that espoused artistic reduction to basic elements of color and form—Grid pays homage to the magic of water, to its un-matched facility for forming itself into the shape of its vessel.

The vessel in this case is Grid’s De Stijlian cube, a solid brass facsimile of the outline of a simple square, albeit in all three dimensions.

How fitting, then, that the mechanism of its production is the additive manufacturing technique referenced above: “The spout’s unique outline form and discreet waterways are created using 3-D printing technology, a first for the KALLISTA product portfolio.”

Grid’s handles feature a cast, hand-buffed, powder-coated finish. The faucet is also WaterSense listed with a low-flow laminar stream, making it ecologically minded as well.

Find out more at Kallista.

Posted July 24, 2018 by Joseph Starr

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