GROHE has once again come out tops against international competition in a renowned design contest. The innovative GROHE Sensia® Arena shower toilet won the highest prize in the Iconic Awards 2016 – Best of Best and the team from the GROHE Design Studio collected a total of four coveted prizes at the prize ceremony held in Munich on 4 October.
The best of the best: GROHE Sensia® Arena shower toilet
The design of the new GROHE Sensia® Arena combines high-performance features and a pure and sleek profile. Its smooth shape is a model of discreet elegance with clean lines that leave dirt nowhere to hide. The shower toilet is equipped with special details that will provide a subtle sense of comfort, from the nightlight that guides the user through the bathroom after dark to the automatic open and close feature of the lid. Each element is carefully thought out to make the user feel looked after and secure. From its streamlined silhouette to its technologically advanced finish, Sensia® Arena sets the benchmark for the future of personalized, clean comfort. Its many other benefits include the personalisation of the settings, the self-cleaning surface and flushing technologies as well as the convenient operation by means of an app. Sensia® Arena aligns perfectly across many of GROHE’s contemporary and cosmopolitan bath collections, which are also based on the true lozenge shape of the GROHE DNA. This design alignment helps consumers to align Sensia® Arena with a wide variety of our product collections for a fully harmonious bathroom design.
Impactful design, innovative technologies
Other GROHE products named “Winners” in the design contest include the water-proof Aquatunes Bluetooth speaker, which increases the showering pleasure with its top-notch design and great sound. Thanks to its expressive shape, the new Eurostyle faucets collection is another “Winner”, as is the GROHE Rainshower® SmartControl shower system, whose innovative push button technology offers the user unparalleled showering comfort.
The Iconic Awards is an independent, international architecture and design competition, organised by the German Design Council at the interface between designers and the construction sector. Besides first-class architectural projects, the jury of experts singles out unique interior and product designs as well as compelling communication concepts.