Dorf steps away from traditional tapware design to introduce new bathroom mixers that blend warm yet distinctive geometrics to create a relaxing space.
This move from the solid shapes of traditional style towards clean lines and contemporary craftsmanship has inspired the ‘new classic’, representing Dorf’s modern take on traditional tapware design.
David Giorgio, Design Team Manager at GWA Bathrooms and Kitchens, explains that tapware is experiencing a renaissance through these transitional styles. Dorf’s new basin mixers, for instance, refresh the old design to achieve a new sense of fluidity.
Dorf’s Napoleon and Villa are two distinctly different interpretations of the classic bathroom basin mixer. Napoleon’s signature curves and elegant silhouette deliver a new sense of character to the bathroom space, while Villa’s clean and upswept angles are softened by its flattened, rounded lines.
Aligned with this transitional style trend is the demand for more user-friendly fixtures with ease of use and accessibility integrated into the design.
The minimalist Dorf Enigma combines functional geometry with robust quality to offer an effortlessly intuitive bathroom fixture that’s perfectly suited to the rigours of family life.
Dorf’s Hugo exudes a sense of wellbeing with its careful ergonomic styling and smooth, balanced curves.
Dorf’s Napoleon, Villa, Enigma and Hugo bathroom mixers achieve a WELS 5 star rating and feature a silicone aerator for easy cleaning. Combined with European Ultraflex PEX hoses for superior durability and flexibility, the mixers are a perfectly balanced team of clean lines and thoughtful design.
Dorf also demonstrates their confidence in the quality craftsmanship of their tapware with the Dorf residential warranty increased to an industry-leading 20 years.