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Bjarke Ingels designs bathroom collection for Kallista

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 5, 2015 in Products
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Architectural design meets supreme engineering in the latest range from KALLISTA

Architectural design meets supreme engineering in the latest range from KALLISTA

World renowned bathroom and kitchen brand KALLISTA has partnered with architect Bjarke Ingels to create its Taper™ by BIG

As the founder and head of Danish architectural practice Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Bjarke Ingels has designed Taper™ by BIG, representing the first collaboration by the firm with a home interiors brand. At the essence of the range is the idea of minimalism with the designs being stripped back to the bare essentials to gracefully facilitate the passage of water. Achieving the ultimate goal of understated elegance, the designs are practical and wholly unique to the market.

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Features of the faucet in the collection include clean lines and a smooth silhouette; a conical base transitions into a horizontal cylinder with the inclusion of a distinctive turned down tip. Lever handles incorporate a 90-degree bend adding to the overall simplicity of the design. The wall mounted bath spout and deck-mount bath set accommodates a handshower vertically, a first for KALLISTA, resulting in an uncluttered look for the area. Thermostatic control, three-way transfer valve and a pressure balance control have been introduced into Taper™ by BIG to enhance the showering experience.

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