Once again Dornbracht have raised the bar with their Tara collection. Featuring in our Heritage Collection at Parkgate House development, we give you the low down on their latest update.
Used as a benchmark for quality for more than 20 years, Dornbracht updated their Tara range in late 2014. Providing a contemporary reinterpretation of their design classic, their brassware collection have been elegantly refined to reflect the more modern taste of today’s increasingly design conscious consumer.
A favourite among many of the world’s elite design studios, this new range has proved immediately popular and can already been seen in projects from Hecker Guthrie and Joseph Dirand to Walter Zanger (above).
Dornbracht’s fresh approach has been incorporated across the entire collection. In terms of appearance, the rosettes and the overall contours have been made sharper and the body has been lengthened to formally strengthen the fitting. Adhering to the minimalist designs of the early 20th century, these amendments reference the Bauhaus style championed by designers such as Eileen Grey and Corbusier.
In addition to their model’s re-design, Dornbracht have introduced two special edition finishes: Tara White and Tara Black. Notably used in Joseph Dirand’s design for Ombex’s Paris showroom (above right), these monochrome colours and matte options can provide either a crisp contrast or harmonious synergy to their surroundings.
Banda will incorporate theTara Black finish, throughout our Heritage Collection at Parkgate House. More information on this new development can be acquired upon registering interest here.