Posted 4th April

Hansgrohe takes home iF Design Award for shower range

4th April 2019 - 07:00am
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Hansgrohe recently won the iF Gold award for 2019 for its new Rainfinity shower range at the iF Design Awards ceremony, held in Munich in mid-March.

According to Hansgrohe, the jury said: “The Rainfinity shower range combines excellent craftsmanship with consistent proportions and an impressive mix of materials. With its contrasting black and white, Hansgrohe offers an outstanding alternative to the characteristic chrome look of conventional taps.”

Hansgrohe global brand marketing head Marc André Palm said: “We’re especially proud that Rainfinity won the iF Gold award because Hansgrohe creates new accents in the bathroom with Rainfinity. It’s the shower range for discerning wellness and design enthusiasts.”

Hansgrohe Group – which owns the Hansgrohe and Axor brands – won a total of eight awards at the ceremony, which marketing vice president Olivier Sogno called a “huge confirmation of our design goal of always combining the aesthetic design of a product with quality, ease of use and real customer benefits”.


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