A Stylish Reboot for Horus

Bold, contemporary collections breathe a new modernity into the venerable French faucetry maker.

French firm Horus has long been recognized as a leader in luxury taps, especially for the historically inspired designs that have made them a go-to resource for designers and architects renovating historic properties across Europe. (Their most recent collaboration is with the Ritz-Carlton Vienna which now boasts their Ascott and Eloïse collections.) But did you know they also offer modern designs, too?

To help celebrate the relaunch of their website with a moodier, film-noir look, we’re looking at he latest addition to their Concept Collection: the Equinox 316. It’s a fitting time too, as we prepare to transition into fall in just a few days. The minimalist design includes kitchen and bath taps, plus a full suite of bathroom accessories, and is available in four finishes: pink copper, brushed gold, gunmetal and stainless steel. Whatever color you choose a, it’s a sexy addition and a pleasure to use.

Want to know more about Horus and all they offer? Check out our previous post, The Eclectic Catalogue of Horus.

 The new Equinox 316 by Horus

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