Dezeen Showroom: German brand Axor has updated its Axor Citterio collection, a range of bathroom taps with distinctive flat surfaces by Italian designer Antonio Citterio.
First launched by Axor in 2003, Axor Citterio now spans 70 different faucets suited for washbasins, bathtubs and showers.
The products feature a variety of handle styles and are distinguished by their flat surfaces, which diverge from traditional tubular taps.
“Anyone can do a tube, but when you have the flat surfaces of Axor Citterio it is not an easy process and luxury is in the quality of the execution,” said Citterio.
“It’s a simple shape but you feel quality. Those who enjoy celebrating the daily ritual of washing should do so with beautiful objects such as Axor Citterio.”
Among the products in the collection are one-hole and three-hole faucets in varying heights as well as wall-mounted variations designed specifically for sinks.
The collection also includes larger taps that range from an overhead shower to a statement free-standing faucet for baths with a hand-held shower pipe.
Handles are available as levers, crosses or pins with one of the newest styles featuring a textured “rhombic cut” pattern on its surface.
All products come in classic chrome as well as in a matt black or warm, brushed gold finish.
Product: Axor Citterio
Designer: Antonio Citterio
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