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Hansgrohe is excited to play an essential role in NextGenTV’s (NGHTV.com) recently completed “First to the Future Home,” with host Ty Pennington, outfitting three kitchens and seven baths in the environmentally aware, “smart” residence which Pennington owns. Pennington oversaw the project and worked with architect Mike Rosen AIA and Palm West Home Builders to ensure that the end result was in line with his vision of the home of the future. To illustrate what it takes to make a home energy efficient, weather and storm resistant and healthy, NGHTV & Pennington documented the construction process--from preliminary design to completion--through several TV and radio broadcasts.
With eco-conscious solutions that feature superior German-engineering and design, the Hansgrohe and Axor brands were a natural choice to outfit the kitchen and bath spaces of the property, which includes a main house, an apartment and a poolhouse.
For the bathrooms, Ty Pennington handpicked a variety of Axor and Hansgrohe brand products, showing how different collections can complement each other. In the master bath, shower products and faucets from the iconic Axor Starck collection and Axor ShowerCollection with Philippe Starck provide timeless luxury. In a neighboring bathroom, offerings from the Axor Bouroullec collection add style and versatility. These are paired with Water Sense® certified Raindance® shower products and a Quattro Green rough to help limit excessive water consumption. For the powder room, the Axor Starck Organic Single Hole faucet features avant-garde design and a low flow rate of 0.9 GPM. Products from the Metris®, Logis® Unica® and Talis ® collections round out the product assortment in the bath areas.
For the main kitchen, the Axor Citterio Semi-Pro and Prep Kitchen faucets from the Axor brand make a high design statement and offer superior functionality. For the porch and apartment kitchens, the Talis S2 HighArc Kitchen faucets from the Hansgrohe brand are stylish and well-engineered additions.
For more information about the project visit http://www.nghtv.com.