The new shower series from Fratelli Frattini is made up of not one, but three showerheads.
18 April, 2011
The Do Re Mi shower series makes playful reference to singing in the shower, but there is more to it than a whimsical name.
Launched at the recent ISH Frankfurt exhibition in March, Do Re Mi is an innovative proposal for the bathroom that gives the user various options for a custom shower experience.
Designed by architect Paolo Bertarelli, Do Re Mi takes on a sleek and contemporary cylindrical form in stainless steel. Each showerhead in the trio comes separately and can be installed as desired: one, two or three, and on the wall or ceiling, whichever best serves your needs. Following the theme of ’three’, this shower also comes in three sizes (500, 400 and 300mm) and features three functions: rain, whirlpool and full dual blow. Together, the trio turns everyday cleansing rituals into a unique and luxurious bathing experience.
Available at Equip-Design
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