Posted 19th March

Lixil brands take home 17 iF Design Awards for 2019

19th March 2019 - 13:38pm
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Lixil brands Grohe, American Standard, Inax, Tostem and Interio have collectively received 17 iF Design Awards for 2019, with Grohe taking home awards for 11 of its products including its new SmartControl kitchen line.

The company won awards for its Zedra SmartControl, Essence SmartControl and Minta SmartControl kitchen taps, as well as its Plus L-Size digital and Atrio 3-Hole wall mount and deck mount bathroom taps.

Grohe’s Rainshower 310, Euphoria SmartControl in Hard Graphite and Euphoria SmartControl in Chrome shower systems also won, alongside the Red Mono kitchen tap water system and Black Line design study.

“Design at Lixil is about making products that will play meaningful roles in people’s lives,” said Lixil chief design officer Paul Flowers. “It is so much more than just aesthetics; it is about creating products which are easy to use, functional, and comfortable to use.

“We are proud of the progress our in-house design teams in Lixil are making, contributing to how people around the world live.”

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