With a focus on the residential space, in Boilingpoint #24 Zip Water investigates why winning homes specify Zip. Download your copy today for free.
October 12th, 2018
To announce the launch of Boilingpoint #24 by Zip Water, we sit down with the brand to learn more about how Zip Water’s HydroTaps are responding to new demands from end users in the residential environment. With a focus on health and wellbeing, convenience and technology, sustainability and excellence in design, Zip Water has observed a growing number of architects, designers and developers harnessing the power of design in the home to ensure that residents can not only access, but also actively improve, their day-to-day wellbeing.
Being the world’s most-advanced drinking water appliances, Zip Water’s HydroTap range is internationally recognised for supporting better hydration, and thereby holistic wellbeing, in the home. This year, our HydroTaps have been specified in more high-end residential developments, houses, apartments and multi-residential environments across the globe than ever before. With new products in a wider range of colours and finishes, the Zip Water HydroTap range gives designers the freedom to complement any interior, and residents the opportunity to ensure greater health, happiness and convenience in the home. The Zip effect is truly more apparent now than ever.
– John Doumani, President International, Zip Water
Putting pleasure and sparkle back into the act of drinking water, with instant boiling, chilled and sparkling filtered water on-tap and on-demand, Zip Water is proud to be an important part of the wellbeing revolution – both on our shores and abroad.
In this issue of Boilingpoint Magazine, we celebrate all of this. We celebrate the power of design. We celebrate the importance of health. And we celebrate the changing nature of the home becoming a more human-centric, environmentally-conscious space. In the pages that follow, we showcase spaces that have changed the face of residential design through advances in technology, innovative thinking and positive collaboration between Zip Water and the architectural and design community in this region.
– Tom Fisher, Marketing Director, Zip Water
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