Nature and geometry on tap.
April 1st, 2010
Made in Germany, Hansgrohe’s Focus E2 and Talis E2 tapware provide an affordable, quality design option imbued with freshness and vivacity.
The Focus E2 plays with the contrast between soft shapes and clean, geometrical lines. The spout features a dynamic tilt, cleverly showcasing a smooth surface.
A collaboration between high contrast design and sophisticated technology results in a tap that exudes superior quality.
The tapware is also equipped with a tried-and-tested QuickClean and anti-limescale function meaning good taste need not be a question of money.
Designed by Phoenix Design, the Talis E2 is a fusion of ease and harmony. Development of the Elegance design was inspired by organic natural forms echoed in the tapware’s harmonious curves, elegant edges and polished surfaces.
As in nature, the combination of flowing forms and high quality surfaces provides exciting contrasts for a warm, welcoming bathroom reflective of its owner’s personality.
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