- On 12 January 2020 at the international furniture fair, imm cologne, the premium brand of the Hansgrohe Group was honored with the Best of Best distinction in the 2020 ICONIC AWARDS: Innovative Interior competition.
- The new Rainfinity family of showers came out as a winner in the “Bath and Wellness” category. Olivier Sogno, Vice President Global Marketing accepted the coveted award celebrating the world’s best interior design.
“Rainfinity entices with its distinct design language that makes for an unmistakable shower experience and fits every modern bathroom. It also features a functionality that has been thought through down to the last detail and ensures an exceptional showering experience. The shoulder shower is a very interesting feature which is intergrated into the shelf and meaningfully supplements the product line”, said the jury.
“We are very pleased and honoured to have been awarded with the Best of Best distinction. By bestowing this award on us, the jury confirms our innovative achievements and recognizes our design process,” says Marc André Palm, Head of Global Brand Marketing for hansgrohe. “We are extremely proud of this because with Rainfinity hansgrohe is setting ground breaking standards in the bathroom and creating products for discerning wellness enthusiasts and design aficionados.”
hansgrohe Rainfinity – Showering in a New Dimension
With the shower family Rainfinity, hansgrohe has developed a new archetype that looks progressive, yet familiar. It combines new efficient technology and real user requirements in an innovative way. The overhead shower offers a more intense showering experience, which is perfectly adapted to the body shape. For the first time, a shoulder shower is included in the range of the shower pipe, overhead-and hand-held showers. Surfaces: matt white as a trend colour in interior design.
Author: GBA News Desk
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