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One of the main brands set to return to Milan Design Week 2019 is Kohler, a global lifestyle brand set to host an enticing sensory experience at the Palazzo Del Senato where they will be showing this company’s approach to design throughout the years.
This exhibit aside from showing off Kohler’s most relevant products will also mix in an artful combination of water, technology, texture, and colour. They will be including a digital garden that will be set at the entrance of the Palazzo Del Senato, followed by an infinity garden intent on juxtaposing Kohler’s Smart Home collection.
Not to mention the fact that the brand will also be using this same area during Milan Design Week to launch its second global design theme, entitled Experiential Luxury. This will consist of an examination of the details and layers the brand uses in order to create rich and unique fine environments. Not only are there going to be some products that Kohler has launched throughout the years, but also some more recent entries such as KOHLER, KALLISTA and ANN SACKS.
Within the Smart Home Collection, you will be able to see Intelligent Toilets (which provide in this product the very best of sophisticated design and unmatched technology in personal hygiene) and Digital Showering (expected to create orchestrate spray experiences, steam, music and lighting unique to a showering experience).
Among other examples of products being showcased at Kohler’s exhibition we have the Etch faucet finish (launching on the Components Collection), the Kensho, the Parallel Collection of faucets and accessories, and The Crackle Collection by Kohler WasteLAB an initiative made in close partnership with ANN SACKS.
The exhibition space will also include a bar and lounge area in order to help the guests relax and have a snack while viewing the exhibition. Make sure you don’t miss out on this event at Palazzo Del Senato (via Senato, 10, 20121 Milan, Italy), during Milan Design Week.