Available exclusively from Rogerseller, leading German shower and tapware manufacturer, Hansgrohe’s new collection of luxurious overhead showers and controls feature glass surfaces for a refined and elegant aesthetic.
April 9th, 2018
Boasting extra-large shower roses up to 460mm, the Rainmaker Select collection of ceiling and wall mounted showers are designed in sleek chrome, finished with a tempered glass panel; a sustainable material that transforms the range into design highlights of the bathroom.
Glass has long been considered a prestige material in design – its durable, hygienic and scratch-resistant properties make it as versatile as it is aesthetically pure. It reflects perfection, precision and lightness, making it a preferred material in contemporary design. Similarly, the materials selected in the Rainmaker Select collection emphasise a clear design language: the smooth glass, sleek chrome frames and rimless surfaces give the overhead showers a premium aesthetic that visually complements other bathroom elements and makes the range suitable for any environment.
Despite their generous dimensions, Rainmaker Select showerheads are timelessly designed and understated. With either white or black glass, the showers easily blend into existing ceiling and bathroom designs.
The range offers a choice of three relaxing modes: the full and refreshing Rain mode covers the entire body with droplets; RainStream is made up of individual jets of large droplets of water, providing an invigorating massage; while the Mono spray mode targets specific points to relieve tension. All spray modes incorporate Hansgrohe’s unique AirPower technology, enriching water with air for a lavish, yet water-efficient shower experience.
The collection of overhead showers can be paired with Hansgrohe rail showers and require Hansgrohe’s Shower Select Glass Thermostatic Mixers that control the entire solution with easy-to-use push button technology.
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