A drop of geometry

The minimalist Phoenix Ortho tapware collection features geometric shapes and modern design to improve all bathroom interiors.

The minimalist Phoenix Ortho tapware collection features geometric shapes and modern design to improve all bathroom interiors.

The Phoenix Ortho guided by the Progressive Cartridge gives users more control over their energy consumption by releasing only cold water at the beginning of operation. The hot water system is activated when twisting past 90°C – beginning the mixing process for warm water.

The Ortho tapware is available in a chrome or matte brushed nickel finish, and the central dial on each mixer has the option of a black or white styling ring.

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