Curves are mounting to a powerful wave to be tamed by dynamic, smooth lines. Mixer taps for all those who go for the exciting combination of fine design and easy use in the bathroom: form and function at their best.
The basin faucet from Series 260, designed for Steinberg by Berlin-based product designer Jochen Schmiddem, has recently won the Plus X Award. The dynamic contours of the mixer body are impressing, making it stand out as a design object of its own.› All Products
The impeccably smooth yet matte surface is achieved by electro coating, which gives the mixer tap maximum corrosion resistance and a soft shine.
The delicate shine is achieved by hand brushing – soft reflections of light highlight the fine texture. After brushing a thin coating of mixed metals is applied to the mixer tap by vacuum deposition. This makes for a surface that is very hard and corrosion resistant without losing its brushed texture.
The Facet Cut Crystal handle in Frosted White softly reflects the rays of light. Besides the elegant look that comes with this play of light, the facet pattern gives this Crystal handle a gentle feel.› All Products
The Facet Cut Black Crystal handle reflects the light most intensively. This gives every facet of the jet black crystal a vivid lustre, resulting in a sparkling play of light.› All Products
Series 100 unites exquisite design and top functionality in an expression of purest bathroom culture: The ensemble of mixer taps for basin, shower and bathtub creates a clear design idiom for your bathroom. Timeless layout combined with outstanding feel and comfort: All Series 100 mixer taps feature the puristic lever handle, transporting ease of use and effectivity.
Timeless layout combined with outstanding feel and comfort: All Series 100 mixer taps feature the puristic lever handle, transporting ease of use and effectivity. Our mixer taps in Matte Black have a strikingly smooth and even feel.
Bathroom mixer taps emanating joy of being surrounded by relaxing things: a harmonious composition of fine contours and delicate curves. The mixer taps' balanced proportions and softness to the touch make for a 'design to touch' in basin, shower and bathtub, transmuting your bathroom into a cosy retreat.
Angular shapes and soft round contours unite naturally and present themselves in the bathroom with an appeal that nothing compares to – Elegant, charming and timelessly beautiful, the mixer tap is a pleasure to look at and leaves space for admiring emotion to the touch and feel.
The elegant flat spout and discreet contours have made the Series 135 bathroom mixer taps a popular classic within the Steinberg product lines. The special about this series: The mixer tap's shape gives the water a natural flow, pleasing the eye tired from a long workday.
The puristic beauty of a Series 160 mixer tap: shiny, straight, distinctive. The bathroom mixer taps in this series display shapes as enticingly clear and pure as the water they give.
Series 170 highlights the oval as style feature. The series' design idiom is consistently adhered to throughout the entire line: from the distinctive bath mixer tap handle to the shower mixer cover plate. Long shiny cylinders combined with flat oval elements – the beauty of geometric shapes, most highlighted in the basin mixer taps.
Dynamically the mixer tap arcs into the room. The forward arced body and ergonomic handle highlight the discreetly luxurious look. The dynamics of arced linearity is common to all bathroom mixer taps in this series.
The Series 205 bathroom mixer taps ably combine – just like the twin series 200 products – functionality and sensual charisma. Jochen Schmiddem's design handwriting is unmistakeable: the blend of style and utility in the bathroom – and mixer taps that do not follow a trend but set one. Schmiddem puts the focus on basin and bath, creating sculpturesque soloists like the Series 205 freestanding bath mixer tap.
The design is dominated by plane surfaces and a lever handle with curved bottom contour. A thrilling interplay, which is also mirrored in all basin and shower mixers in this series and ably combines outstanding functionality with sensual appeal.
Thanks to the stylistic consistency in all products designed by Jochen Schmiddem all mixer taps in this series can also be combined with the Series 230 shower mixer taps.
The combination of plane, almost technical looking surfaces and an organic, natural shape has seldom been more enticing: The Series 230 bathroom mixer taps, designed by Jochen Schmiddem, aptly play with this contrast and unite cool modern design with soft round contours at the most sophisticated level. The bulbous body and plain spout are the style features common to all mixer taps in this series.
Self-confident: This is how the Series 240 bathroom mixer taps appear – just perfect for modern design aficionados who exactly know what they want. Inspired by design idioms in contemporary urban architecture, this series combines monumental strength, sheer beauty and outstanding functionality. Taking a closer look, the mixer taps reveal how charismatic plain and straight contours may come out.
The cross has always been representing clarity and simplicity in the design world. The Series 250 mixer taps employ this attributes, creating a modern statement for your bathroom. The typical cross-shaped handles are common to all mixer taps in this series. The contrasting soft contours of the bodies make for a harmonious overall look.