In 2018, Zip Water’s range has been specified in more high-end residential developments, houses, apartments and multi-residential spaces than ever before.
23 October, 2018
Since 2002, Boilingpoint Magazine by Zip Water has celebrated the global architecture and design community. In 2017, it returned to investigate today’s A+D. First taking the form of a broadsheet, the magazine became an industry-first innovation that signposted Zip Water’s global achievements and boundary-pushing products. Later, responding to a growing commercial sector, Boilingpoint shrunk down to a convenient letter size for coffee tables or reading at your desk, the case study format showcasing the best of commercial projects using Zip Water products around the world. A sleek new look for Boilingpoint was unveiled with issue #23, as well as a fresh editorial direction. Now #24 is ready to read!
Zip Water ranges are being increasingly embraced in residential environments by architects, designers and homeowners. Responding to new user demands in these residential applications, Zip Water’s HydroTaps are now internationally recognised for supporting better health, wellbeing, convenience and amenity – all at the touch of a fingertip. With Boilingpoint #24, Zip Water investigates winning residential projects across Australia, exploring how the brand’s HydroTap ranges holistically address both the basic and advanced requirements of our home spaces.
For the first time in the magazine’s sixteen-year history, Boilingpoint #24 takes an exclusive focus on the residential sector, examining new forms and approaches to building the home environment. From multi-residential developments through to renovated heritage townhouses (and beyond!), Boilingpoint #24 takes readers on a journey to discover the evolving demands, expectations and possibilities of design in the residential space.
From exclusive interviews on the future of kitchens and transformational design in the home with Shareen Joel, through to conversations with Allen Sammut on the role of multi-residential design in Australia today, Boilingpoint #24 touches upon all links in the current residential supply chain. Across all award-winning projects covered, Boilingpoint #24 goes behind the scenes to look at how and why winning homes specify Zip Water. In true Zip Water spirit, innovation, creativity and ingenious design is celebrated as Boilingpoint #24 pays visits to:
Engagingly written by design and architecture journalists, and abounding with beautiful architectural photography, this latest issue is sure to leave readers thirsty for more.
“In Boilingpoint #24, we celebrate the power of design and technology to transform what has to be our most fundamental of environments: our homes. It brings greater understanding to the impact that design can have on bettering the comfort, convenience, health and sustainability of our residential environments. We invite you to join us on this journey, and we thank you for your loyalty and support over many decades of drinking water appliance innovation.”
– John Doumani, President International, Zip Water.
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