Quartz and porcelain surfaces specialist Caesarstone partnered with Grohe on its Grohe Spa installation during Milan Design Week, which took place from 18th - 23rd April. Grohe exhibited its Spa range in collaboration with Caesarstone through a dedicated water-inspired installation at Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera museum, along with displays of the new fixtures among Caesarstone-clad walls and plinths in four immersive cubes.
Grohe Spa chose Caesarstone to craft faucet handles, inlaying the brand’s timeless and durable quartz designs. The faucets of the Grohe Spa Atrio and Allure Brilliant Private Collections can be paired with Caesarstone countertops in the same design and finish to create a cohesive scheme between sink countertop or bathroom vanity and faucet.
5143 White Attica and 5100 Vanilla Noir, the two colours chosen by Grohe for its Spa collection, were selected for their strikingly elegant designs. White Attica invokes the luxury of an opulent white marble through its white base and combination of dark and light blue-grey veins. Vanilla Noir has a rich, dark base that is awash with expanding creamy vanilla veins, for a moody, sophisticated feeling.
Caesarstone global head of design, Mor Krisher, said: “We are used to seeing Caesarstone designs on a large scale in bathroom and spa environments. What is delightful about this partnership is the clever intricacy and precision that Grohe has used to design their new Atrio and Allure Brilliant Private Collections. A highly thoughtful approach sees Caesarstone surfaces successfully translate to a smaller scale, bringing a wonderful unity between faucet and countertop when combined with Caesarstone of the same design. The result is a complete look of singular harmony.”
He added: “Grohe are absolute experts within their field, and we’re very excited to be part of this innovative collection showcase, particularly back in the familiar surroundings of Milan”.