Inspire V2.0 Collection
The common design typology of electronic or automatic washbasin mixers is often associated with the simple usefulness of public washrooms. The mere omission of the controls made redundant by automation has led to an overly utilitarian form in many products on the market. Conclusion: quite acceptable for the public sector, but not at all welcome in private bathrooms.
So it was time to end the wallflower existence of this product category with an independent product architecture and to make the electronic tap attractive for the private bathroom as well.
The cantilevered position of the interface accentuates the minimal electronic control element, putting it on a par with physical mixer levers. This new formal interpretation makes us forget the negative associations with this product category and gives the new technology its independent, elegant form.
"The disc-shaped control unit impresses with its futuristic appearance, which is reminiscent of modern high-tech devices.
--AM.PM in their product description --