There are limitations and opportunities that materials offer to a designer, who, using pragmatism and perspective, molds them into unique experiences. Proportion, colors and shapes are blended together seamlessly to create pieces that are simple, evocative and functional at the same time.
In the spirit of challenging convention, the distinctive water flow streams from the side of the spout, channeling the staggering beauty of a mountain waterfall.; Photograph courtesy Brizo®
Brizo® collaborated with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to honor his philosophy of organic architecture - that buildings should be of the landscape, not imposed on it. The clean lines and restful compositions of the Brizo® Frank Lloyd Wright® collection follow his belief that the true value of a design is judged by its simplicity and repose.
The raincan showerhead showcases the distinctive rush of the Canopy Spray, which activates a built-in light by hydrogenerator for a dramatic effect.; Photograph courtesy Brizo®
While it offers a variety of configurations and finishes to tailor the aesthetics to individual tastes. Natural woods and elemental metals channel colors derived from the field and the woods, highlighting carefully selected finishes and accents.
Nature always comes back to simplicity. So does this collection.; Photograph courtesy Brizo®
The design permeates every detail, from the cantilevered spout that echoes awe-inspiring structures, harnessing the laws of physics, yet seeming to defy gravity, to the innovative water flow that streams from the side of the spout, channeling the staggering beauty of a mountain waterfall.
From drawer pulls to towel bars, elegantly coordinated accessories and hardware pair with lavatory faucets, tub fillers and custom shower components to unify the aesthetic throughout the entire bath space.; Photograph courtesy Brizo®
The Brizo® Frank Lloyd Wright® collection dares to challenge and upend convention – and in doing so, honors Wright’s legacy.
The natural woods and elemental metals in this collection channel Frank Lloyd Wright’s own palette: colors derived from the field and the woods. ; Photograph courtesy Brizo®