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Smart living: What does the bathroom of the future look like?

The idea of smart home is officially on the rise, be it modular kitchens or digital garage

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Hansgrohe introduces new faucet collection ‘Finoris’

The range has been designed to cater to all possible requirements which can be linked to a washbasin

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Experience the element of water with Vivenis by hansgrohe

The shape of the curved faucet spouts continuously in the water spray

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Hansgrohe: On the path to climate neutrality

By the end of 2022, all international sites will have switched to green power and achieve climate neutrality in terms of direct emissions and energy consumed

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Hansgrohe’s sustainable solutions for hotels

The year 2021 has been a milestone one for Hansgrohe as the group celebrated its 120th anniversary and launched two new faucet ranges – Vivenis and Finoris

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Your Bathroom Just Got Smarter

With the introduction of new innovations and technological advancements, the future of bathrooms is all set to become a lot more interactive and luxurious.

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Hansgrohe Group celebrates 120 years of exemplifying passion for water

Having evolved from a medium-sized, family-run business into a globally renowned company, Hansgrohe Group now boasts 32 subsidiaries and 22 sales offices supplying products in over 146 countries.

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Hansgrohe releases the album- 'WaterTunes'

The 'WaterTunes' by Hansgrohe album is now available on all popular music streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music.

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Hansgohe announces the commencement of 'Hansgrohe Aqua Days'

With a line-up of events for their global product releases in 2021, 'Hansgrohe Aqua Days' will begin from March 16 and continue till March 18, 2021.

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Enhancing experiences with design and style

'Design for Every Style & Need’ was the topic under debate for the second panel discussion on the fourth day in the weBBlast series by BW HOTELIER and Hansgrohe on ‘Design – Innovation to Conservation’.

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