3D-Printed Faucets from DXV by American Standard

Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) technology and selective laser sintering, American Standard has launched the first commercially available 3D-printed faucets. Created out of a high strength metal alloy, the faucets feature intricate structures of concealed waterways that converge at the top shortly before reaching the aerator, creating the illusion of water emerging magically from the spout.… Continue reading 3D-Printed Faucets from DXV by American Standard

The Material ConneXion Jury Meeting

  Last week I made a visit to the New York City office of Material ConneXion to participate in their monthly jury meeting to select new materials for the library. A world leader in material innovation, Material ConneXion is a trusted advisor to Fortune 500 companies as well as forward-thinking agencies and governmental bodies seeking a creative, competitive, or sustainable edge. Material… Continue reading The Material ConneXion Jury Meeting

Showroom Visit: Moooi New York City

Last month in the midst of New York Design Week, the Dutch design brand Moooi opened its first showroom and store in the U.S. in Manhattan's Nomad neighborhood. Although Moooi has showrooms in other cities, New York marks the company's first "retail" showroom that is easily accessible to passersby off the street. Taking over a former Persian… Continue reading Showroom Visit: Moooi New York City

New Tile + Stone Options from Ann Sacks

In case you didn't make it out to Vegas last month for Construction Week, Ann Sacks unveiled nine new collections as part of the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. The materials include a variety of new metallic designs, including Lux Decorative inspired by Old World Moroccan doors, and Reveal, a multi-process glass tile mirror look. Also… Continue reading New Tile + Stone Options from Ann Sacks