The taps, which are from GROHE’s Atrico Icon 3D range, feature an ultra-thin spouts and a hollow interior to make water flow appear like an optical illusion.
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GROHE have suggested that this particular in design saves valuable resources. The company believe the range introduces a new interactive experience of water, that is in-keeping with the tone of the restaurant.
Jonas Brennwald, Deputy CEO at GROHE AG & CEO LIXIL Water Technology EMENA, said: “Under is a mystic place. Outside, you have the rough Norwegian landscape and then you dive into the restaurant with its fascinating atmosphere and special lighting.
“To eat at the bottom of the sea with this incredible view is really a unique experience. I’m proud that we can add another magical moment with our 3D metal-printed taps GROHE Atrio Icon 3D.”
Stig Ubostad, the owner of Under, added: “In Norwegian, the word “under” also means “wonder”. This is what we have created here, and we are also proud to be one of the first to have the wonder of a 3D metal-printed faucet from GROHE in our fantastic venue”