KOHLER®, a leading name in the global kitchen and bathroom category, launched its KOHLER® Couture Collection of four fabulous faucets & showering lines, each with a unique design grammar that takes inspiration from human experiences. The new range was launched in Johannesburg, South Africa by Mr. David Kohler, President and CEO, Kohler Co. This collection brings fashion to your bathroom and is a perfect addition to any bathroom design.
Avid: The Sensuous Side of Simple
Evolving from a minimalist design ethos, the Avid™ faucet collection marries the art of simplicity with dynamic sensibility. Slender arcs, smooth planes and arresting angles bring emotional connection and sensitivity to minimalism. Avid brings clarity and comfort to modern interiors. A faucet, accessory, showering and bathing collection, Avid delivers design flexibility and complements contemporary living spaces.
Composed: A harmonious balance of material and form
The Composed™ faucet collection by Kohler is designed for connoisseurs of modern art and architecture. Stripped of non-essential flourishes, Composed embodies simplicity. Clean, classic and quietly confident, it exemplifies refinement among KOHLER® products. Timeless and deliberate, the composed faucet is a nod to historic modernism and the design philosophy of Rowena Reed Kostellow, a professor at Brooklyn’s famed Pratt Institute between 1939 and 1968. Kostellow showed her students how to transform basic shapes into visual poems that elicited an emotional response. The Composed faucet embodies Kostellow’s theories in its spare and beautifully understated design.
Beitou: The nature of tranquility
The Beitou™ faucet collection from Kohler strikes a balance between architectural forms and the stunning displays of nature. The result is a peaceful interplay of invention and appeal that speaks to quiet moments of sanctuary. The calming movement of water lies at the heart of the Beitou™ faucet. The effortless flow of the design mimics the natural cascade of the water over the length of the spout and into the sink. Seen in this light, the faucet becomes a stage for water delivery whose shape and sound resembles a serene river.
Loure Extension: Water clad in metal
Geometric composition in interior architecture lies behind the design intent of Loure. Its form is linear, planar and almost two dimensional. Water is clad in metal that is seemingly laser-cut and formed from a single sheet. Its width is defined by the intended function; the water stream it provides is an extension of the spout itself. Every piece in the range refers back to this, to provide regimented coordination across the entire bathroom.