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Hansgrohe, the homonym of the international group to which Axor also belongs, is an established company in the field of showers, shower systems, bathroom and kitchen fittings and sinks. Combining pioneering spirit, German engineering expertise and excellent design, Hansgrohe brings sanitary products to life with thoughtful design, easy operation and intelligent functions. The goal of Hansgrohe products is to transform a bathroom and kitchen from rooms that have always been considered functional into comfortable rooms where water is an element that can be fully experienced. Hansgrohe started out as a small company in the Kinzig Valley, Germany. Today it has thirty-three branches, twenty-two sales offices and around five thousand employees worldwide, many of whom work at the Schiltach headquarters, where it all started.

Hansgrohe, technology and design made in Germany The Hansgrohe range includes showers, faucets, thermostatic mixers, accessories and drain systems designed to withstand the test of time and with a unique finish. All products are developed in Germany and made of high-quality materials that are suitable for use with drinking water and are subjected to durability tests. Thirty years of collaboration with Phoenix Design have shaped the design language of Hansgrohe showers and fittings, many of which have received prestigious design awards. The most iconic ones are Raindance, an innovative shower archetype, and a combination of Hansgrohe C71 sinks. System Select allows you to select the water source or jet type with one press of the button

AirPower uses air to create a system in the shower that evaporates the air

Eco Smart reduces energy consumption by 60%

Finally, QuickClean eliminates residual water.

History of Hansgrohe and the origin of shower sets On June 15, 1901, Hans Grohe founded a metal spinning workshop in the small town of Schiltach in the Black Forest. Brass pots, switch parts and tin showers for the domestic bathroom

products that were then destined for a niche market spread to all German households in just a few years.

At that time, showers were a convenient alternative to bathtubs, and thus Hansgrohe became an industry specialist. However, in 1928, sheet metal showers became an alternative to overhead showers. 1953 marked a real revolution with the introduction of the Wallbar, a system that made it possible for the first time to install a shower at the desired height, a solution that is now considered standard in bathrooms all over the world.

When Hans Grohe died in 1955, his eldest son Hans Grohe jun. company management. In 1968, the younger brother Klaus joined. The merit of the latter was to raise topics related to environmental protection and sustainable development in the sanitary industry. These years are the beginning of cooperation with designers such as Hartmut Esslinger, Georg Spreng and Andreas Haug. Together with Esslinger - who later founded the Frog design studio - Klaus won the first Hansgrohe design award for the Tri-bel hand shower, which was the first to propose a color version of this product, with variants in red, blue, yellow and white brown. In 1977, Klaus Grohe took over the sole management of this international company and created the Hansgrohe brand. From today, Klaus is the honorary president, the family tradition is passed on to his sons Richard and Philippe Grohe, and the products of the Hansgrohe Group are distributed all over the world. Here are some of the most notable works: the luxury ocean liner Queen Mary 2 and the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, in Dubai.

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