SCHOCK: The right balance between form and function

More choice: SCHOCK unveils new designer tap

What makes a design perfect? The right balance between form and function. These two factors are largely what determine our perception of everyday objects – such as kitchen taps. This new model sees SCHOCK add to its portfolio a mixer tap embodying the perfect combination of the company’s high aesthetic and ergonomic requirements: the Daja plays with the contrast between clean lines and soft rounded edges.

The model demonstrates the full creative brilliance of the innovative sink manufacturer from the Bavarian town of Regen. SCHOCK complements its wide range of quartz-composite sinks with a varied selection of mixer taps designed to enhance the stylishly individual sinks by the addition of an attractive accessory.

Drawing influences from the architecture and fashion worlds and applying technological innovations, trend-forward colours and diverse materials, SCHOCK continually succeeds in coming up with state-of-the-art products for the kitchen sink that customers will love for years to come and that transform the sink into the star of the kitchen.

Clean lines meet soft rounded edges

The Daja mixer tap unites two very different aesthetics in a very agile way. Clean lines meet soft rounded edges in both the tap’s lever and the spout. This produces a fascinating look and feel that goes wonderfully well with linear design sinks and adds that special something to the kitchen – besides bringing every convenience to the washing-up process.

SCHOCK Daja tap fixed spout. Photo: SCHOCK

The tap is available in two variants, one with a fixed spout and one with a pull-out spray. The compact Daja can turn through 360° and the pull-out spray offers a choice of beam or shower jet. Both models are available in chrome or a range of CRISTALITE® colours.

Source and pictures: SCHOCK

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