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Grohe’s international presence in the bathroom market is undeniable. The unique brand is quite sought-after due to their innovative sanitary fittings and techniques as they are able to merge outstanding design aesthetics with smart technology. One of their latest bathroom collections was the Atrio series of minimalist bathroom faucets. Today, Luxury Bathrooms will a bit about this comprehensive range that can befit any bathroom interior style due to its balanced proportions and clean intersections.
Written by Diogo Miranda
Atrio is comprised of 200 new products and originally premiered during the occasion of Milan Design Week, however, the brand is constantly reinventing their collections in order to provide the ultimate customization experience to customers.
The collection is centred around a paired-back mixer faucet that highlights circular geometries. Each section is based on a classic cylinder, with identical dimensions from base to tip. The curving spout arches in a perfect semicircle, while the standard tap handles comprise crisscrossing cylinders, embossed with either an H or C on to indicate temperature.
“Finding out the right proportion and attention to detail is what makes this line so iconic and permanent. I think we crafted a true icon of elegance and precision,” disclosed Michael Seum, the vice president of design at Grohe.
Atrio comes in a wide range of options, these faucets can either be installed into the floor or on a surface. The taps follow the same regiment and also have an option to swap for a single, cylindrical lever. As a whole, this collection was designed as an ergonomic series with elements that are accessible. SuperSteel, Brushed Hard Graphite and Chrome are the three stunning finishes available in this range.
The collection features Grohe’s latest technology, including ultra-modern cartridges produced in Germany as well as integrated jet regulators that kept the water propelled from the spout flat and constant.
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