Studio Kinowa designs the new collection for a customised and comfortable shower experience. In addition, the company, in collaboration with POLI.design and Politecnico di Milano, successfully concluded the workshop 'Ad Aquam'.

For years now, thermostatic mixers have represented an important and pleasant innovation at the service of comfort and safety in the bathroom area. They are equipped with two controls that perform different functions: one regulates the intensity of the flow and delivers water, the other manages the delivery temperature, keeping it constant. It is ideal especially for the shower area, an environment where differences in temperature and flow are most noticeable.

W-70s: beyond traditional functions

Rubinetterie Treemme's W-70s line of thermostats and shower controls, designed by Studio Kinowa, goes beyond the traditional mixer, mixing contemporary design and cutting-edge functionality to suit any type of shower head.

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Innovative design

Characterised by an innovative style in terms of aesthetics and design, the W-70s collection by Rubinetterie Treemme is characterised by a design that recalls the aesthetics of 1970s stereo systems reinterpreted in a modern key.

Easy and precision

Water, colour therapy and temperature are controlled by means of special knobs and an intuitive display that allows parameters to be easily and precisely adjusted and monitored, ensuring a personalised and comfortable shower experience.

Maximum customisation

Made entirely of brass, Rubinetterie Treemme's W-70s line is available in different finishes to customise every detail to suit any style or requirement, adding a personal touch to the bathroom environment.

The winners of the ‘Ad Aquam’ workshop

In collaboration with POLI.design and Politecnico di Milano, Rubinetterie Treemme has recently successfully concluded the Ad Aquam workshop, conceived to promote the culture of design and research in the tapware sector, the first stage of a collaborative path to involve students in initiatives and activities of educational value. Slot is the winner awarded during the Milan Design Week 2024: a project by students Cayetana Galán González, Carlos García Corredor, Luca Matturro and Itziar Telleria Flores conceived for the high-end hospitality sector. The students' designs, six in total, were judged by the company, industry professionals and visitors to the workshop installation in the outdoor area of the ADI Design Museum during MDW 2024. The company followed the study groups step by step, in collaboration with lecturers Matteo Ingaramo and Federico Elli, assisted by Emanuel Pacelli and coordinated by Eugenia Chiara. The other projects participating in the workshop that stood out in terms of innovation, design, research and originality are: Acquaflow, Aequo, Elle, Hypermiler and Visiflow.