GROHE, as a founder sponsor of the event, welcomed more than 1,000 visitors from the international architecture and design world to their booth, and also saw a total of 39 exhibitors and 2,300 professionals from attend the festival.
At the WAF awards ceremony, GROHE also awarded the annual Water Research Prize – an award dedicated to supporting research that explores the future of saving and preserving our water - to the “Recycle Build Brazil” initiative.
Paul Flowers, Chief Design Officer LIXIL, said: “As founding sponsor, GROHE is thrilled and immensely proud to see how WAF has developed over the years. What makes this festival so unique is the ability to engage in discussions with architects from all over the world and explore developing macro trends such as urbanisation, sustainability, health and wellbeing. We’d like to thank the architectural community for the positive feedback to the products we have shown at our booth. Many of our solutions have been created from the insights we’ve gathered in the previous years.”