Kohler, a global lifestyle brand, returns to Milan Design Week to host an enticing sensory experience inside the historic Palazzo Del Senato, Milan Italy. The large-scale immersive exhibit showcases Kohler’s bold approach to design and the brand’s most stunning products through an artful combination of water, technology, texture, and colour. The installation will be open April 9 through April 13 from 10am – 7pm daily.
“Milan Design Week is the ultimate celebration of creativity and innovation among the global design community,” said Jim Lewis, Vice President of Kohler Kitchen and Bath Global Marketing. “The energy and spirit of the event make it the perfect place to explore new ideas and celebrate our latest design expressions with an inspirational audience of designers from around the world.”
Nature plays a pivotal role with the inclusion of a “digital garden” at the entrance of the exhibit as well as an infinity garden that whimsically juxtaposes Kohler’s Smart Home collection. Kohler’s space also features a bar and lounge area for guests to relax and recharge.
Products featured at this year’s exhibition include the latest from Kohler Co. brands KOHLER, KALLISTA, ANN SACKS and ROBERN. Media interested in a guided tour or to be included in media events at the exhibition are asked to contact the Kohler Public Relations team.
Intelligent Toilets offer the perfect combination of sophisticated design and unmatched technology to deliver the finest in personal comfort and cleansing. Extensive customization – from ambient lighting and wireless music to temperature control, create a truly personalized experience.
Digital Showering transforms users’ daily routine by allowing customization down to the tiniest detail. It invites users to orchestrate spray experiences, steam, music and lighting to create a personalized escape.
With a full range of colours, Kohler finishes visually set the tone for any space’s story and convey a unique personality. The Etch faucet finish offers a beautiful, subtle gradient between two finishes with a precise graphic pattern.
Steeped in Japanese culture, Kensho conveys the story of decorative stitching known as ‘sashiko’ by using patterns etched in stone. It also leverages the Italian etching technique known as ‘acqueforti,’ marrying metals and marbles to create a distinctive level of ornamentation.
With precise cuts and ultra-flat surfaces, the Parallel Collection of faucets and accessories brings sophistication to the modern bathroom through controlled expression. The dichotomy of round and square forms is unified by characteristic angles that deliver beautiful reflections and precise alignment.