GRAFF presents Ametis, Aqua-Sense and Sento at ISH 2013
With sleek flowing lines and precision engineering, Graff’s faucet and shower designs give the bathroom a futuristic feel.
The newest of the three collections exhibited was Ametis, gently curved faucet and shower designs by Davide Oppizzi of DCUBE. The faucet features a colored ring which changes from red to blue and vice versa depending on changes in the water temperatures. The accompanying shower features RGB LED lighting (chromotherapy). Both lines are available in chrome, white or powder-coated matte black.
The Aqua-Sense shower system aims to provide a full sensory, luxury spa experience in the home. Several configurations of Aqua-Sense are available to suit all spaces: The Electronic System with Ceiling-Mounted Showerhead creates an intense central rainfall, features an RGB LED color- changing effect controlled by a touch screen, and a USB port and speakers for portable music player connection. The Wall-Mounted Waterfall creates a perfect water blade effect. The Wall-Mounted Cascade and Rainfall Showerhead has an ultra-slim profile and delicate edges that create a subtle and well-shaped blade of water for a rain effect. And finally, the Wall-Mounted Cascade and Rainfall with RGB LED Showerhead features a concealed LED light system, which has therapeutic effects.
Sento, meaning ‘I feel’ in Italian, is a minimal faucet design by Italian design firm Angeletti Ruzza. Fromthe Sento lavatory single lever mixer to the widespread faucet, the Sento line is available in a wide range of finishes including polished chrome, steelnox, polished nickel, olive bronze, architectural black, architectural black w/chrome accents or architectural white.
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About the Manufacturer: Graff is an Italian manufacturer of precision engineered, contemporary faucets, shower systems and kitchen and bathroom fixtures. Founded in 1922, Graff’s collections are often designed in collaboration with renowned designers such as Silvana Angeletti, Daniele Ruzza, and Davide Oppizzi.