Alicia Sciberras reviews Jingle, the latest collection from Zucchetti.
March 6th, 2012
They say the bathroom is the one area a person can truly explore their inner truth and beauty, and keeping this in mind it is important to take time to redirect that self-reflective attention to the bathroom accessories that immediately surround you.
Not only is water a direct point of sensorial contact; the taps, showerheads and sprayheads that complete the scene are also important, and it is these objects that deliver unique interaction with your sense of touch, vision and smell several times a day.
With this in mind, the latest offering from Zucchetti – leading producers of products for furnishing bathrooms and wellness centres – have released the ’Jingle’ series.
The innovative series combines Italian culture, design, experience, know-how and quality to create hard-wearing tapware that offers a point of difference.
Laminar stream and Spray ensure water is delivered in a crystal clear, non-splash stream, making them ideal for high flow applications or health care facilities.
Zuchetti’s attention is not only directed towards great design, but on saving water. They achieve this with shower heads, spray heads and taps with inbuilt devices that mix water with air to allow the flow rate to be reduced, saving water without detracting from the pleasure of a strong and invigorating jet of water.
Zuchetti products are internationally recognised and can be found in prestigious locations such as the Raffles Hotel in Dubai, Crowne Plaza Milan and Singapore and the Radisson Hotel Dusselfdorf.
Each range from Zuchetti supports the company’s desire to express itself and measure itself against many realities, so as to cater for a range of different worlds and tastes. There is no doubt that the new ’Jingle’ range caters to mass appeal with its simple and timeless approach.
The ’Jingle’ series is available with the entire range of Zuchetti products from Streamline.
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