Axor / LampShower by NENDO: a shower in the living room?

Axor / LampShower by NENDO: a shower in the living room? it has been modified: 2013-11-22 di socialdesign magazine

It looks like a lampshade years' 50 but has a shower and wrapped in an original and fun a real lamp is Axor LampShower the new shower head designed by Oki Sato (Nendo) For Axor, The brand design of the German Hansgrohe.

In presenting their project Oki Sato stressed as always fascinate the interaction between light and water "Are the rays of the sun, the light to be talked about the beauty of water, to free his powerful aesthetic appeal, "said Oki Sato" An idea that I could translate in question due to the availability and preparation of researchers and technicians of this company"

The shower head Axor LampShowerWith jet Rain (Rain) is available as a ceiling, with ball joint swivel of 5 ° and in the wall version with long shower arm 400mm adjustable horizontally 150 °. The water falls through the cannulas 6 'lampshade' and is distributed in the diffuser with 4 orders concentric nozzles. The backlight on the shower head has a power of 5 watt LED technology. With over 5 meters of electric cable and power you can put the switch in the most comfortable bath. Water and electricity are traveling in the same arm in two separate ducts, certified to be a norm in all countries where the shower is distributed.

The perimeter band of the "lamp" that acts as a diffuser has 120 nozzles, coated in the terminal part of soft silicone, to allow the elimination of any residue of limestone through a simple operation of mechanical rubbing. The system QuickClean is in fact one of the many patents that have made the company -fondata in 1901 by Hans Grohe in the heart of Forest Nera- a true market leader in its sector shower. Experts jets -a department of 8 engineers dedicated just to these tematiche- also studied with the practice team Nendo a particular inclination of the nozzles of the diffuser to direct the water towards the central part of the shower.






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