Well adjusted: Graff's Ametis lavatory faucet

Graff launched the Ametis lavatory faucet. Designed by Davide Oppizzi of Dcube, the faucet is inspired by the density of water and its colors. The faucet’s LED feature displays a red or blue light that automatically adjusts according to the water temperature. The piece is available in three finishes, including polished chrome, architectural white and architectural black finish. The matte texture and appearance of the white or black finish are a result of Graff's powder coating process, which allows the ability to apply high-resistance paint on surfaces that are subject to high stress.

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