Cooking is more than just a necessity. It brings passion into the kitchen and can be a valuable outlet for creative culinary experiments. It is a place for impressing guests and expressing love by providing sustenance for the people who matter the most in your life. And the hansgroheTalis M54 kitchen mixers enhance the pleasure of making a meal.
Make your kitchen the star of the show
The Talis M54 is more than just a tap. When it’s paired elegantly with a freestanding kitchen island with a sink, its smooth, elongated high arc design – at the ComfortZone height of 210mm or 220mm – is made for the sociable, open-plan kitchen aesthetic.
It’s slender but unobtrusive silhouette is uncompromising, with no visual interruptions to its perfectly curved shape. Talis is built to fit the modern, open-plan lifestyle, where preparing your favourite food is a social activity and reduced design language makes conversation flow without distraction.
Fearless functionality and EcoSmart design
Available in striking matt black and sleek chrome finishes, Talis M54 mixers complement marble, granite, veneer or wood finishes equally. The pull-out spout extends easily for washing dishes or vegetables and sustainable EcoSmart technology reduces water consumption by up to 60%.
QuickClean technology adds extra convenience, allowing you to simply rub limescale build-up off with your finger. The temperature control is marked with subtle Temperature indicators, secretly placed so that there is no interruption in design.
Make it with love
hansgrohe brings forward-thinking, sustainable functionality – all packaged in undeniably beautiful design – into the most important room in your home. The kitchen is where memories are made and culinary triumphs are invented, or happened upon, completely by accident. Whatever the case may be, let it all flow naturally with hansgrohe.
hansgrohe. Sustainable by Design
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