Clarity, simplicity, balance: MEM from Dornbracht is now also available for the kitchen

Iserlohn, 24 April 2023

A true classic for more than 20 years: MEM’s clarity and originality is reminiscent of a natural spring. From now on, the Dornbracht fittings series, created by Sieger Design, is also available for the kitchen. Numerous variants and finishes exist – and the series is given the perfect setting by the new “Urban Greenery” kitchen architecture.

Impressive in terms of design and functionality
MEM does not need much to create a striking presence in the room: Which is why its trademark – a flat, rectangular spout with a 180-degree bend – is also to be found in the new kitchen version. The simple design of the fitting is captivating; its uninterrupted lines epitomise continual flow. The water is also impressively presented: An integrated controller ensures a gentle flow that is enriched by air.

Numerous variants and finishes
From a single-lever mixer to a 2-hole fitting with a rinsing spray on the side, to a Bar Tap – MEM in the kitchen is also available in different variants, just like in the bathroom. This means that the fitting adapts perfectly to the individual requirements of its users. A total of eleven finishes are available for the series which include the new Champagne (22kt Gold), Brushed Champagne (22kt Gold) and Dark Chrome finishes.

Urban Greenery
To mark the launch of MEM, Dornbracht is showcasing the fitting in a new kitchen architecture. “Urban Greenery” is a kitchen for all those who love nature just as much as they love their city: a touch of greenery in their own home. Lush plants and herbs, earthy tones, and minimalist forms lend a special atmosphere. The room really seems to be breathing and opens up directly to the pervading light. Different versions of MEM can be found in the architecture. The Brushed Platinum and Brushed Dark Platinum finishes harmonise discreetly with the grey natural stone. Materials such as cork, ceramics, or light-coloured luxury woods consistently complement the ensemble – and underline the elementary naturalness of this classic Dornbracht design.

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