Pivot swivels every which way and supports processes
Flexible and ornate, the premium Pivot fitting constitutes the new linchpin in the kitchen. In order for processes between sources of water and, in particular, the hob, to be able to flow seamlessly into one another, the fittings can be swivelled by as much as 360 degrees. In 2013, the single-lever mixer tap with its hot and cold water valves is an addition to the Tara Ultra range from Dornbracht. sieger design created it in a minimalist style so that it would fit in with the rest of the series.
Anyone who cooks with a dash of fun and a sense of order will be thrilled by modern and sophisticated kitchen equipment. And Pivot truly can make all the difference. Thanks to the 55 cm-long fitting, this new single-lever mixer ensures enormous range and serves to unite different workspaces. As a coming together of modern cooking islands, it organises and optimises processes on account of its all-encompassing range of action. This applies in particular to tasks such as Preparing and Cooking, which can be performed either alongside each other or one after the other – meaning you can conveniently wash your vegetables before filling up the pot that's sitting on the stove. This makes way for uninterrupted processes and convenience – from arranging ingredients right through to serving up finished dishes.
Pivot is manoeuvrable and can be tailored to individual kitchens and requirements. The high spout offers plenty of space in which to work, even when dealing with large receptacles. And the fitting, what with its large pivoting range, is nothing if not ergonomic. The cylindrical spout and understated formal language are in perfect harmony with the Tara Ultra range. sieger design made a conscious decision to create something that exuded just as much minimalist flair and featured a lever with a bevelled edge. Moreover, the chrome and matt platinum finishes lend the premium fitting its exquisite radiance.
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Photography: Thomas Popinger
Communication Concept, Creation and Architecture for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré