Parisi introduce their new diverse range of tapware.
June 1st, 2009
Devoted to intimacy and self-care, the bathroom expresses our most personal and private emotions and so deserves special attention. This attention translates to a search for details and for the personalisation of fittings and accessories.
In response, Parisi introduce the new ‘Parisi Tapware’ collection, developed from a fine stylistic research supported by the most advanced technology.
Over thirty years of intensive collaboration with designers and architects has enabled Parisi to approach bathroom design from a new direction.
This new tapware collection melds intrinsic quality with advanced design research. The range includes models with a great variety of spouts and different control-handles.
An equally impressive variety of base plates are available in round, square and other surprising shapes – all designed to capture sensitivity, convey innovation, and satisfy emotions.
Parisi has a solid foundation built on experience, sensitivity, attention to detail, understanding and in many cases, an ability to influence market trends.
These are the strengths of a company whose name is synonymous with design and reliability and with a passion for their work and the use of the highest quality materials and components.
The new range of Parisi Tapware is now available.
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