01 product description
A reduction of the diameter of handles and rosettes and extension of the fitting body - even if only by a few millimeters - give Tara a clearly slimmer, more upright and fine appearance. It has become finer and even more elegant. Without losing its character. Very subtle. An adjustment of the highest standard. This includes sharpening the overall contours of all fittings to underscore Tara's perfect geometrical, symmetrical and clear style even more. Tara is available for the first time with matt white and matt black finishes in the special editions Tara. Black Edition and Tara. White Edition. Matt and velvety, Tara. becomes an expression of a new avant garde, which is defined not only by shape, but by its finish as well. The clear architectural colors black and white are a deliberate hommage to Bauhaus. They allow for either maximum contrast or maximum harmony in the bathroom. Tara. Black Edition in a predominantly white bathroom. Or Tara. White Edition in an environment of dark tones. Or fittings and room flowing together in the same color.
02 All Tara chrome Products
03 TagsSieger Design Articles, Sieger Design Products, Dornbracht Articles, Dornbracht Products, Exhibitions
04 Articles about Dornbracht and Sieger Design
and a strudel king
Found pieces instead of orchestrated spaces: Designs relating to the cool, cleansing liquid substance as are on view at the Salone del Bagno Milan and in the Fuori Salone showrooms, are rich in innovative materials and champion the familiar purist style elements.› To the article
Cuppa tea anyone?
Following the hype about coffee, everyone is suddenly drinking tea. Which brought the teapot back into the designers’ sights. Small, plump and in the Japanese style, it was the shooting star at the Ambiente consumer goods fair in Frankfurt. We present the most stylish examples in a picture gallery.
The next stopovers on our “London Design Festival” recce include the “100% Design” fair in Kensington, “Designjunction” on New Oxford Street, “Designersblock” at the Southbank Centre as well as “Superbrands” and “Tent London” in Spitalfields, where we purchased a 3D-self-portrait, tasted the milk of human kindness and were delighted by digital up-cycling.