Intense SELV Fittings by Sieger Design for Dornbracht

Like a stylish hipster whose favorite t-shirt is magically fitted perfectly but also too loose or whose tapered flood pants are both modern and vintage, the new bathroom fitting by Dornbracht finds its place in the fashionable world of faucet designs. The SELV by Sieger Design capitalizes on an age-old look with a fashionable girth and streamlined shape.

SELV bathroom fitting. Designed by Sieger Design. Manufactured by SELV.

A Fashion-Forward Faucet, the Sleek SELV by Dornbracht Comes Without Fancy Frills

"SELV combines modern, precise lines with engineered radii in a classic, conical form," described Dornbracht of the series of bathroom fittings that was recently launched. "The series of fittings appears elegant, prestigious and timeless. A design that is self-effacing to the benefit of the individual interior."

SELV bathroom fitting. Designed by Sieger Design. Manufactured by SELV.

Developed by Sieger Design - the design squad that also created the Eno and Deque, among dozens of other fittings for Dornbracht - the SELV series is offered in a polished chrome and a platinum matte finish. Beside the bathroom sink application, the faucets also come perfectly coordinated for the shower, bath and bidet.

SELV bathroom fitting. Designed by Sieger Design. Manufactured by SELV.

Digressing into a creative tone, Dornbract describes their latest collaboration with Sieger Design, saying that "SELV naturally integrates into classic as well as purist modern interiors. The design has the strength to assert itself within clear-cut, concentrated forms – and the discretion to merge into historic environments. Just like a well tailored suit."

About the Manufacturer: Masterpiece fittings for the bath, kitchen, and shower are offered by manufacturer Dornbracht throughout their 60 + years which exemplifies what they call the “the spirit of water.” The firm’s longtime collaboration with designer Dieter Sieger first bore fruit in the form of the Domani single-level mixer and has continued in recent years with the iconic Tara. Today, Dornbracht and Sieger Design continue to “open new areas and set the bathroom free from its architectural limitations.”

Posted May 3, 2012 by Sonja Hall

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