Over 50 interior designers attended the exclusive event held on 16 August, and got to see and experience many great products firsthand.
24 August 2018
On Thursday 16 August, over 50 interior designers were down at hansgrohe’s Singapore showroom at 69 Mohamed Sultan Road to see their latest products, and enjoy a bit of pampering along the way.
To start the evening, guests were treated to personal mini-consultations with Oo La Lab mixologist, and got to craft their very own personal room scents.
Over a sumptuous spread of great food and drink, Seah Jin Long, Assistant Manager, Products & Business Development from hansgrohe, took guests through the latest AXOR SilicaLux Granite Sinks. Made in Germany, these latest products are known for their extreme toughness, and are impact-resistant, food safe, and stain-resistant. Read about it here. Also shown were the new hansgrohe SilicaTec granite kitchen sinks, and the new hansgrohe stainless steel kitchen sinks.
Following this, Janice Seow, Editor of Lookbox Living, shared some of the latest offerings from Lookbox Living magazine and Lookboxliving.com.sg, as well as all the highlights from Lookbox Design Awards 2018.
Up next, Eddie Lee, Senior Country Manager from Ariston Thermo Group, took guests through Ariston’s new Andris Slim SL30 Storage Water Heater, which has been specially designed to fit HDB flats and condos in Singapore, and features Ag+ Silver ions with anti-bacterial properties.
Several lucky guests walked away with great lucky draw prizes. These included a hansgrohe Raindance Select E120 3Jet handshower, a hansgrohe PuraVida 3Jet handshower, a hansgrohe Metris Select Single Lever Kitchen Mixer 320, and an Ariston Andris Slim SL30 Storage Water Heater.
For more on hansgrohe, visit www.hansgrohe.com.sg
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