Phoenix Tapware has been in the tap and fixture game for over 25 years, and throughout this time has maintained a commitment to the group’s founding principles of design, quality and service.
November 9th, 2015
From the earliest days of Phoenix Tapware, the company had high hopes of becoming one of Australia’s premier names in tapware, and strived to achieve this through a focus on high quality manufacturing and a constant emphasis on Australian designed products.
This commitment to quality and local design is reflected today in the range of tapware the company currently has on offer, including the Vivid Slimline collection, recently featured in the George Corner project – a multi-residential build designed by MA Architects in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy.
During the design phase of this residential project, MA Architects worked closely with Phoenix to select specific tapware to best fit the modern industrial aesthetic of the building. The Vivid Slimline collection, with its slim pin handles, sleek body and unassuming modern form, was the clear choice for the design.
This attention to design is a trademark of the Phoenix Tapware Projects & Specifications division, who pride themselves on the time spent getting to know clients’ individual style and design interests. Catered tapware solutions are then proposed to the clients, with the final say being a mix of collaboration and desire to fulfil the design brief.
This level of service combined with a desire to always find the best kitchen, bathroom and laundry tap solutions for commercial and multi-residential projects is what has driven the success of Phoenix Tapware and what will push them into the future.
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