Posted 16th May

Grohe teams up with Mosa for Clerkenwell Design Week

By KBBDaily on 16th May 2019 - 07:00am
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Grohe has teamed up with contemporary tile company Mosa for a second year at Clerkenwell Design Week, taking place on the 21st-23rd May 2019, to celebrate sustainable design in a new collaboration.

The two brands will be presenting their “inspiring design possibilities for bespoke architecture” at Mosa’s showroom on St Johns Street. The pair are focusing on design solutions for green buildings and sustainable architecture projects.

The partnership will also mark the official opening of the refurbished Mosa showroom, which will permanently showcase two Grohe displays alongside a Grohe Blue Home water system in its kitchen. During the design festival, Mosa will hold a Blue tasting event with prizes to be won.

The showroom will feature a “colourful display” of Grohe’s Allure Brilliant and Essence lines against a “striking” backdrop of Mosa tiles, as well as Grohe’s SmartControl shower system and the latest collections from Mosa.


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