A double Hansgrohe premiere: Axor Citterio E and Axor Universal

New bathroom collection developed in collaboration with Antonio Citterio and a collection-spanning range of accessories
Axor is introducing its third bathroom collection developed in collaboration with Italian architect and designer Antonio Citterio. Axor Citterio E represents the essence of luxury. It constitutes a fusion of aesthetics and functionality, with the ultimate in manufacturing quality. The new collection was recently introduced to experts in the trade for the first time at Axor’s Durini Quindici showroom in Milan.

“We have had a successful working relationship with Antonio Citterio for the past 14 years”, said Philippe Grohe, Head of the designer brand. “The success story, which began with Axor Citterio, is developing all the time: Axor Citterio E is a successful blend of the familiar and the new – high-quality, elegant and timeless products which significantly enhance the bathroom and the water itself.”

The Axor Citterio E design is characterised by the conflict between soft shapes and precise edges and surfaces. Another feature is its slender, ergonomically rounded mixer handles. Its inviting appearance is combined with outstanding ease of use, enabling it to be integrated seamlessly into a wide range of style worlds. Altogether, the collection comprises 37 individual elements.

Axor Universal accessories: the aesthetics of order
With Axor Universal, the second innovation from the designer brand, Axor is offering a collection-spanning range of accessories for the very first time. The range, consisting of shelves, railings and brackets, is modular and blends in with a range of style worlds. The elements can be used individually or in the form of a system solution, in the bathroom and also to some extent in the kitchen. The timeless, elegant design was also created in collaboration with Antonio Citterio.

“Comprehensive accessory solutions, which are visually appealing yet at the same time harmonious, are created from high-quality individual components. If necessary, they can be reorganised or even supplemented by other elements. This will make customised room design significantly easier to achieve”, said Philippe Grohe.

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