The new design is timeless and has great relevance for cosmopolitan bathrooms today, yet it maintained the same DNA of the prior Lineare.
- Minimalist design taken to the next level
- Optimised spout height for enhanced comfort
- Unique blend of round and square shapes
GROHE has revamped and expanded its popular range of Lineare faucets, giving them an all-new look along with a number of smart user-friendly improvements. Originally launched ten years ago, Lineare already ranks among the design classics in the GROHE line-up. Now its DNA has been taken to the next stage of its evolution by the team at the GROHE Design Studio.
Lineare’s most striking features are its slim dimensions and its clearly defined silhouette. This is a faucet of remarkably balanced proportions, combining the most slender faucet body ever manufactured by GROHE with a flat spout and a visually restrained lever. Its architectural appearance blends cylindrical shapes with elegant straight edges into an attractive, seemingly weightless design. Smooth transitions add to its universal appeal, making it a perfect match for the widest possible range of both square and round ceramics.
Apart from refining its timelessly elegant design, GROHE has also reengineered Lineare for even greater ease of use. Placed at a greater height and offering a bigger projection, the spout affords lots of space for comfortable hand-washing and an enjoyable water experience every time. The broad range of models includes a basin faucet with swivel spout, a free-standing tub filler, a wall-mounted basin model, as well as a three-hole basin version. Product variants are available in a choice of dazzling chrome and matte SuperSteel.
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