These products offer high-performance without sacrificing the cutting-edge style desired in restaurants, hotels, spas, and other hospitality spaces.
According to NanaWall, the Cero minimal-framed, large panel sliding glass wall system offers the shallowest sills in the industry. Cero features large panels of glass in either double-glazed (compatible with all four sills) or triple-glazed options (Higher Weather Performance Sill only), depending on thermal performance needs. The panels open and close with ease and smoothly glide on concealed stainless steel tracks with encapsulated and self-lubricating rollers.
Tissé is a collection of 23 mosaic designs that explore the structure of raw materials and techniques of heritage designs used in textiles and upholstery — from traditional fibers like jute and rattan to woven designs like tweed and wicker. Individual stone pieces are hand-cut, tumbled, or given a Venetian (pillowed) effect to soften the stone with a more rounded finish. Darker grout is applied to create shadows and depth between each piece of stone, glass, and shell.
Created in collaboration with Gensler, Line Art is a collection of knitted textiles inspired by the tactility and flexibility of active sportswear. The four patterns — Low Line, High Line, Fine Line, and Break Line — manipulate lines through texture and color. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the 54-in-wide textiles are tested to endure a minimum of 50,000 double rubs, optimal for an array of contract settings.
The Astral Plane porcelain tile collection has an authentic stone look achieved by applying multidimensional graphics during the manufacturing process. Recommended for interior installations as well as exterior vertical applications, the tiles come in four colors, three rectified field tile sizes (24-in. x 24-in., 12-in. x 24-in., and 6-in. x 24-in.), and two mosaic options. As with all products produced in Crossville’s Tennessee manufacturing facilities, Astral Plane is made in the USA, contains a minimum of 4 percent pre-consumer recycled content, and is Green Squared certified.
Sawkille Co. handcrafts furniture and lighting in upstate New York using sustainably forested material in a no-waste facility. As part of an update for the landmarked Dante bar in New York City, Sawkille provided several furnishings including stools (shown), a table made of scorched oak, tabletops, and two custom bar tops. Measuring 14-in-deep by 30-in-high, the stools are made of ebonized oak with a blackened steel footplate on the lowest rung.
With no visible sensors, Sans Hands automated faucets use electromagnetism to streamline the hand-washing process and reduce the spread of disease and bacteria. The components include a spout, a low-voltage current from an electrical source (either battery or plug-in), and an electronic “brain” that supplies an electromagnetic field to the spout. When a user approaches the faucet, the electromagnetic field is interrupted, opening and closing the valve. The Sans Hands Sensor faucets are available using the spouts from Sonoma Forge’s WherEver series, CiXX collection (shown in brass), and Strap line, in wall- and deck-mount configurations.