Phoenix Tapware’s NX Showers range has expanded to include two new collections that take luxurious bathing to the next level. Both beautifully designed and technology-driven, the Iko and Orli collections are available in chrome and matt black.
These collections boast the inclusion of HydroSense, a revolutionary shower spray technology developed by Phoenix’s design and engineering team that facilitates the delivery of a more relaxing and immersive spray. This cutting-edge patent-pending technology accelerates water flow tenfold, resulting in more even coverage and improved performance in low-pressure environments. Phoenix Tapware is one of the first Australian companies to develop a shower spray technology, demonstrating the company’s commitment to innovation. As a testament to their design and engineering quality, all NX Showers are backed by a lifetime warranty.
Slender and elegant, the NX Iko collection features a clean, light, rounded profile shower design. It has been pared back with concealed hose connectors and wall fixings. The ribbing detailing on the face of the overhead shower rose is inspired by water ripples and retro vinyl records. Its beautiful, harmonious presence will ensure it is the focal point in any bathroom interior. The NX Iko range can be mixed and matched with Phoenix’s existing range of tapware and accessories that feature round design elements, including the Toi, Nara or Vivid Slimline collections.
The NX Orli collection features a soft square shower. Its unique rail is akin to a ribbon, positioned as if it is floating against the wall. The handpiece is designed in two separate modules to give each shower a refined, streamlined appearance and an air of refinement. The Orli collection can be mixed and matched within Phoenix’s range of tapware and accessories that feature soft square design elements, including the Teel, Alia or Gloss collections.
Perfect for sophisticated bathrooms, the NX Iko and Orli collections exude an incomparable air of modern luxury.
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Originally featured in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Issue 27, Vol 1.