Referencing the stream-lined style of the American Modern ocean liners of the 1930s, designer Michael Berman for House of Rohl added industrial knurled detailing to his pull-down faucet. It comes in five monochrome finishes and one (shown) that combines matte black with a glam hit of satin gold.
Updated with a flexible matte black rubber hose and slimmer body, the Catris Flexo faucet by Blanco effectively straddles the line between industrial and traditional. Available in chrome and stainless-steel finishes, the newly tactile fixture boasts a dual spray function and a built-in aerator to reduce limescale buildup.
Bathroom faucet brand Franz Viegener enters the kitchen realm with a collection of elegant gooseneck faucets. Smooth lines, a tilt-out lever, a push-button spray trigger and nine metallic finishes lend the pull-down fixture beauty and versatility.
An ozone generator connects to this faucet to produce a broad-spectrum microbiological agent that kills 99.9 per cent of viruses, bacteria and common food pathogens. Offered in two heights, Aqualogic by Lenova is made from lead-free brass with a brushed nickel or polished chrome finish.
Synced to smart home systems, this voice-activated faucet by Moen allows for hands-free operation: Start or stop water flow, request temperature and volume measurements, and preset common functions (such as filling a teapot or dog bowl) in the smartphone app. Multiple styles and finishes are offered.
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These graceful single-handle goosenecks can update any kitchen with high performance and high aesthetics.