The timeless elegance
of C-67

We are pleased to present our latest creation: the C-67 collection, designed by Architect Carlo Colombo.

This collection represents a human interpretation of faucet design, with distinctive details and a unique aesthetic.


Simplicity Elevates Detail

The project focused on a new formal approach, characterised by maximum simplicity combined with elegant details and balanced proportions. Carlo Colombo designed the C-67 collection to suit any design destination. The aim was to keep the product feasible and democratic without compromising on quality, thus offering a people-friendly collection for a wide range of customers.

The designer emphasized the visible detail at the top of the faucet, highlighting the connection between the knob and the movable element that controls the water. This distinctive element became the starting point for the entire collection, including deck-mounted, wall-mounted, bathtub, and shower faucets.

The C-67 collection will be the first Carbon Footprint certified brass, consistent with the company's environmental policy towards environmental sustainability and reduced ecological impact.


Carlo Colombo graduated in architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 1993 and began to work, dedicating himself, above all, to design and marketing of industrial products, graphics, and set-ups, collaborating with the best brands of Italian design such as Flexform, Poliform, Giorgetti, Cappellini, Antoniolupi, Artemide, Flou, Bentley Home, Bugatti Home, Trussardi Casa, Elie Saab Maison, Olivari, Faber, Sahrai, Penta Light, to name a few. In 2011 he has been teaching interior design in a master at University of Beijing. In 2013 he founded A++ architecture studio with Paolo Colombo in Lugano, which deals with interiors and large-scale projects all over the world, with studios in Lugano, Zurich, New York, Miami, and Dubai. His projects have been exhibited in Paris, at the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art in Bremen (1995), at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Cologne (1996), at the Milan Triennale (2016), and at MARCA, Museum of the Arts of Catanzaro (2017). In 2023 takes the lead of mentorship project master in Interior Design with Pagani Automobili at Istituto Marangoni in Milan.

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