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The Axor brand introduces system of accessories with Antonio Citterio

Axor‘s latest collaborations with Antonio Citterio, the Axor Citterio E and Axor Universal Accessories collections, are now on display at Axor NYC and are hitting the US market in the coming months

The Axor brand introduces system of accessories with Antonio Citterio
Ambience, Family Bathroom Collection

Modular, multi-functional, and universally applicable, Axor Universal Accessories collection is the Axor brand’s first comprehensive system of accessories. Developed with architect/designer Antonio Citterio, the collection consists of handles, bars, and shelf elements that can all work together to create functional and dynamic bathroom spaces. These products can be used individually or in concert with other pieces to bring a system of order to the kitchen and bath.

Philippe Grohe, head of the Axor brand, comments:

The components in the Axor Universal Accessories collection are each stand-out pieces on their own. When arranged together, distinctive and elegant organizational solutions are born. This makes customizing a room a much simpler endeavor.

The Axor brand introduces system of accessories with Antonio Citterio
Citterio – Ambience Single Hole Faucet Joystick

Timeless, elegant design combined with outstanding workmanship distinguishes the twelve pieces in the Axor Universal Accessories collection. The line works well with all the Axor collections and suits a wide range of bathroom styles. High-quality materials such as chrome-plated metal, as well as mirrored and white glass, provide enhanced durability and easy maintenance. In the kitchen, the Axor Universal Accessories collection offers creative freedom while ensuring that the most important kitchen utensils and favorite herbs and spices are within easy reach.

The Axor Universal Accessories collection will be available in custom finishes upon request, such as brushed gold, in 2016.

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