AXOR Starck Organic Tap Mixer is made for Africa

Hotel developers in Africa face unique challenges. In particular, water and energy needs to be used sparingly without compromising on staying experience. The overall design needs to be harmony with the immediate environment and applied holistically but at the same time, all features needs to be functional.

For example a free-standing bath tub with a floor-standing mixer is the perfect embodiment of luxury in the bathroom. An open fire and natural materials exemplify sophisticated cosiness. Inspired by nature, the highlight after an eventful day: a relaxing bath by the fireside embodies the soul of Africa.

It is a natural choice to furnished the hospitality venues in Africa with designer mixers from the Hansgrohe AXOR Starck Organic collection, they are the perfect symbiosis of sustainability, luxury and innovation. It can even be argued that the AXOR Starck Organic bathroom collection was made for the African continent and will suite all types of hotels, lodges or bed and breakfast facilities.

AXOR Starck Organic basin mixers perfect the bond between luxury and nature, setting new standards in organic design and sustainability, thanks to their low consumption of 3.5 litres per minute. Their new user friendly method of operation, the innovative shower spray and their resource-friendly production culminated in a number of international awards for design.

If you are building a hotel, lodge or bed and breakfast venue in Africa, then fit the best, fit AXOR Starck Organic basin mixers. Here is a link to the stockists in Africa

Please note that the range is not available in South Africa.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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