Kohler really makes everything a big deal. From the GIANT (beyond human scale) letters spelling out their name at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, to the dance performances on stage to the product displays themselves. The new Karbon Articulating Faucet demanded attention with its robotic-like features and hyped up introduction at KBIS (every hour a dance troupe would perform with themes relating to water, innovation, and of course fluid movement). Click below for shots of the show, the Karbon faucet in action, and product details:
With its clean, crisp lines, the Karbon articulating faucet introduces a new geometry of versatile functionality to the kitchen. Intelligently engineered to hold any pose for hands-free operation, Karbon allows you to streamline your work surfaces and workflow. You can extend the faucet fully to fill large pots, lower it into the sink for food preparation and cleanup, fold it compactly out of the way when not in use, or position it anywhere in between.
Read about the Karbon Articulating Faucet here.
Thoughts on any of this? (including the over-the-top performances...)