Global lifestyle brand Kohler will display its range of products at India Design (ID) 2019 being held here from February 12 to 15.
The display will have the theme 'Spectrum of Modernism' which is an oeuvre of maximalism and minimalism, and a seamless interplay of products across the two. The two ends of the spectrum are expressed through varying manifestations in technology, materials, patterns, and choice of colours.
Kohler will be symposium partner at the event where Theresa Millard, WasteLab Project Manager at Kohler Kitchen and Bath, and Bikram Mitra, Head of Industrial Design at Kohler India, will speak on sustainability and the journey of design. They will also conduct workshops for design aficionados around the two concepts.
The Kohler pavilion is being designed by the award-winning Visarg studio and will display products ranging from artifacts and component faucets, artist editions like Dutchmaster, Marrakesh, Derring, Gilded Meadow and Veil Intelligent Toilet.
Several innovative and new products like Kensho vessel, Verdera Voice Lighted Mirror, Veil Lighted Mirror, India Inspired colours and the world's most advanced toilet Numi will also be displayed.
Salil Sadanandan, President, Kohler K&B India, Middle East, and Sub Saharan Africa said, "For a company that has believed in staying at the leading edge of design and technology for over 145 years building a close relationship with the design fraternity is very important. Associating with ID 2019 as symposium partners provides us the platform to continue a dialogue with the people that inspire us most, architects, designers and creative leaders from India and around the world. Our booth this time will showcase some of our most innovative and technologically advanced products that will give a glimpse of our vision for the future of bathroom design."
India Design ID is the country's best luxury design week which covers everything from new launches, exclusive showcases to signature collections, stunning installations, and personalised walk-throughs. The event brings 135 exhibitors from India and across the globe under one roof.
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