Manor houses, estates, historic buildings in the best tradition. Renovated true to the original style. Luxury products with historical heritage have a special attraction. The architecture restored superbly and authentically. With maximum comfort. From the interior design to the bathroom mixers. Luxury in all elements.
In precisely the same way, designer hotels all over the world use classicism as an elegant stylistic element. In the interior design. In the bathroom. Accentuated, or as a modern interpretation of what has been tried and tested. An exciting contrast to the modern ambience, and the innovative coating.
Classic bathroom mixers from AXOR make a statement. In the bathroom. With modern and decidedly traditional elements. Outstanding in terms of design and quality.
AXOR Montreux combines authentic and classic design with the latest technology. The shapes are modelled on the style of the turn of the century. Elements such as the pipework look and the nuts evoke the industrial design of the Belle Epoque. Pieced together from individual elements. Consistently classic with low spouts and typical star handles. Or a modern interpretation with high spouts and lever handles. On the showerpipe, the handle variants are combined. Forming the clearly separate control units for overhead and hand shower. Style and function. A systematic approach.
AXOR Montreux. Installed in many of the world's most beautiful houses – from nostalgic to avantgarde. Proven popular for many years now. A bathroom collection with classic status.
Coloured special finishes from AXOR add authenticity. From brushed gold to matt nickel. Radically classic.
A luxury resort north-east of Hamburg by the Baltic Sea. The spacious beach hotel includes thirty historic buildings on 75 hectares of land. 400 years of history are experiencing a renaissance. With elegant suites. With a luxury spa. And 62 luxurious and timeless bathrooms. Furnished with the classic AXOR Montreux mixers.
Authentic design combined with the highest-quality workmanship and modern functionality. A tribute to the origins of the building during its heyday at the turn of the century.