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DXV 3D Printed Faucet featured as 1 of 14 cutting-edge kitchen and bath faucets
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DXV 3D Printed Faucets Featured at Pirch in Soho
DXV’s latticelike Vibrato Faucet, which is constructed using a 3-D printer, won the show’s Best of Bath gold award.
Architizer.com showcases the winning products from KBIS 2016, such as the Best of Bath: Gold winner- the DXV by American Standard’s Vibrato faucet.
The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas was electric, offering thousands of innovative product offerings. Builderonline.com features their most unique finds at the show, such as the DXV 3D Metal Printed Faucets.
The article written by Shelly Palmer, recaps her experience at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), in Las Vegas. The $31 billion kitchen and bath industry brings together the world’s best designers, craftspeople and technologists in ways that truly impact our daily lives. Here are six things that got her attention.
American Standard Brands Shows Off Avante-Garde Style with DXV Line
Prized as a “showpiece that you’ll absolutely want”, the article 3D Printed Faucet: American Standard on Arch2O.com discusses the unique design of the three first ever 3D metal printed faucets by American Standard. Founded in 2012, Arch2O is a collaborative platform for creative people across the globe that discusses the best of architecture, design and art projects from around the world
The Wall Street Journal article, “3-D Printing Adds Depth to Home Décor”, discusses how the innovative process of 3D printing is transforming the interior design industry. The recently revealed metal 3D printed faucets by DXV are highlighted as one of the home decor products that are allowing designers more options and versatility.
The article “3D Printed Faucets from DXV by American Standard” posted on Finehomebuilding.com discusses how 3D printing has evolved from simple prototyping to finished products- such as the first-ever metal 3D faucets by DXV.
DXV Unveils Exquisite Kitchen and Bath Vignettes Inspired by scenes from classic literature; Luxury Portfolio of Fixtures and Faucets Serve as Focal Points in Dramatic Settings.
The article “These Impossibly Twisted 3D-Printed Faucets Somehow Actually Work” posted on Gizmodo.com discusses the 3D printed faucets that seem physically impossible with unique designs that are truly stunning.
The article “3D Printed Faucets: DXV by American Standard” posted on Design-Milk.com also features the 3D printed faucets in all its glory.
Design Boom.com published an article, “American Standard Splashes out 'DXV' Line of 3D Printed Metal Faucets”, that highlights the unique faucets designs and its functionality. Today, the 3D print article has received over 2,300 shares on Facebook!
The ArchitectMagazine.com article, "These Stunning Faucets are 3D Printed in Metal", discusses the unique design and functionality of the 3D faucets.
The 3Dprint.com article, “American Standard Releases First Ever Metal 3D Printed Faucets — And They Are Amazing”, discusses the manufacturing processes, the design and its impact on the kitchen and bath industry.
Kitchen Bath & Business recently featured the launch of DXV.
To celebrate the launch of American Standard's DXV line, designer Susan Serra creates a modern kitchen inspired by Nordic crafts and contemporary furniture.
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