Axor MyEdition taps into trend for personalization

Axor has introduced a new collection of customizable tapware, available special finishes and with inscriptions.

The collection is the result of the most recent collaboration between Axor and Phoenix Design.

The taps have two parts: the body and the plate and are available in four standard finishes: chrome with mirrored glass or black glass, or a new Satin Black finish with black glass or brushed bronze.

The taps are also available in 16 Axor FinishPlus PVD surfaces, including metal, timber, marble and leather. They can also be customised in colours beyond the FinishPlus range, or finished in special materials and with inscriptions to individual specifications.

“Making a personal statement through customised interiors is the essence of luxury. With the Axor MyEdition collection, we have set the stage for personal creativity – colours, materials and patterns create the point of departure for a unique and personalised tap,” said Andreas Diefenbach of Phoenix Design.

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