Feast your eyes on these beauties! DXV by American Standard has created the very first 3D metal printed faucet. Each design is truly a work of art, presenting water in ways we’ve never seen in residential bathrooms. They are beautiful and also meet water efficiency standards set by the EPA and use 45% less water than standard faucets.
Each magnificent fixture is first created with a computer-guided laser, which fuses powder metal with heat and pressure to create the desired shape. It takes roughly 24 hours to print one fixture. Once the solid metal rises from the powder, an artisan takes over and hand finishes each piece to give it a patina reminiscent of antique silver.
Here’s a look at the three designs
When was the last time you washed your hands in a babbling brook? Imagine the impact of one of these 3D faucets in your bath. Similar to a great piece of art, they are priced between $17,000 and $19,500 and only available through select showrooms. For more information and product updates, you can register on DXV’s website. For more information on designing your custom space using new, innovative fixture, contact Zieba Builders, Inc.