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Stylepark Selected ISH 2019
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With the Stylepark Selected Award at ISH 2019, Stylepark honours the best product premieres at the fair. These are the winners.
3/11/2019

ISH - that is variety, progress and innovation. The leading international trade fair for HVAC and water in Frankfurt/Main is so extensive and thematically so diverse that a reliable guide is a valuable aid when visiting. Stylepark has therefore identified the highlights of the year in advance of the fair and will honor them with the coveted Stylepark Selected Award – for the first time at ISH.

Our message to trade fair visitors: Don't miss these products! And to the manufacturers we appeal: Keep up the good work! There is still some room for improvement, especially in the building services environment. In the bathroom sector, on the other hand, the focus is on design more strongly - here we are experiencing a development towards the homely. The unifying element of all sectors is undoubtedly the “smart” feature.

As always, the submission of entries to the Stylepark Selected Award was free of charge for manufacturers. When selecting the winners, the independent Stylepark jury set itself the goal of presenting a cross-section of innovative spirit and good design at ISH 2019.

These are the 12 Stylepark Selected winners of ISH 2019 in alphabetical order.

© Alape

Alape
Steel19
Design: sieger design
Hall 4.1, Stand G54

Jury statement: With “Steel19” sieger design transforms the workshop sink figure into a compact washbasin for small bathrooms. Whether a studioloft or a country house, the clean combination of sink, shelf and storage space is convincing.

© Axor

Axor
Axor Edge
Design: Jean-Marie Massaud
Hall 2.0, Stand A02

Jury statement: Jean-Marie Massaud uses a diamond cutting machine to create precisely relieved surfaces that give his product “Axor Edge”, composed of several cubes, a certain flacon look. The faucet becomes an almost sculptural object.

© Bette

Bette
BettePond Silhouette
Design: Tesseraux + Partner
Hall 3.1, Stand C99

Jury statement: The archaic, round shape as a free-standing bathtub has so far mainly been available in the high-priced premium class. With “BettePond Silhouette”, the circle as the perfect one among all geometric figures becomes affordable for a larger target group. The design by Tesseraux + Partner convinces with its smooth contours.

© Dallmer

Dallmer
CeraFrame Individual
Design: Dallmer
Hall 4.0, Stand C06

Jury statement: Thanks to its free placement and compact dimensions, the “CeraFrame Individual” shower drain is extremely adaptable. The spout is so discreet, that the floor covering comes to the fore more effectively - with this further development Dallmer takes the shower drain to the next level.

© Duravit

Duravit
SensoWash Starck f Plus
Design: Philippe Starck
Hall 3.1, Stand B99/C80

Jury statement: Admittedly, Duravit hasn't reinvented the shower toilet. Philippe Starck's design, however, succeeds in reducing the technical appearance to such an extent that the WC becomes accessible to a wider audience. High-tech with understatement!

© Geberit

Geberit
Geberit ONE
Design: Christoph Behling
Hall 3.1, Stand B11

Jury statement: With this bathroom concept from Geberit, all functionally important parts of the installation, such as the siphon of the washstand, are concealed. This gives bathrooms an extremely reduced appearance.

© HEWI

HEWI
Modular washstand system
Design: Hewi
Hall 4.1, Stand F54

Jury statement: Making bathrooms barrier-free, in other words suitable for the elderly or for people with disabilities, often means compromising on design. Hewi's washbasin concept combines filigree, contemporary design with barrier-free accessibility.

© Kaldewei

Kaldewei
Nexsys
Design: Kaldewei
Hall 3.1, Stand D79

Jury statement: Individualisation makes the “Nexsys” shower tray solution the perfect bathroom trendsetter. Color is key! Thanks to this complete solution for floor-level showers with a choice between 17 colours, contrasts can be deliberately created, as well as harmonious color tones - in 20 dimensions, three surfaces and five different covers.

© Keuco

Keuco
IXMO
Design: Tesseraux + Partner
Hall 3.1, Stand A21

Jury statement: The Keuco “IXMO” shower faucet combines a single-lever mixer and classic thermostat in a formally extremely reduced module. Its functions - open/close and hot/cold - are arranged intuitively one behind the other.

© Laufen

Laufen
VAL Handwaschbecken
Design: Konstantin Grcic
Hall 3.1, B51

Jury statement: The “VAL hand washbasin” by Konstantin Grcic for Laufen is the logical continuation of his acclaimed sapphire ceramic series into a mini washbasin for guest toilets. The nature of a compact washbasin has been interpreted in a completely new way, giving it a relatively large storage surface.

© Lindner

Lindner
AirBeam
Hall 8.0, Stand F49

Jury statement: “AirBeam” improves the effect of heating and cooling ceilings by increasing the performance of the heating and cooling system by promoting air circulation through the supply air. Thanks to the installation incorporated in the ceiling, the system becomes practically invisible.

© Sprinz

Sprinz
Vega
Design: Sprinz
Hall 3.1, Stand B12

Jury statement: With “Vega”, the Baden-Württemberg manufacturer has patented a completely new fitting system. The compact fitting for frameless genuine glass showers slides sideways over the rotating mechanism so that the otherwise visible joint is concealed. For perfectionists and for where every centimeter counts.

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