Residential projects

Bathroom culture with class

Hansgrohe bathroom products transform private bathrooms into feel-good oasis, irrespective of the size of the room, both in new buildings and renovation projects. The high-quality mixers, showers and bathroom items enhance the living environment in different style worlds - no matter whether it involves cross-generation bathroom comfort or the individual designer bathroom.

Reference projects

  • Subtle Hansgrohe finishes transform Sandton Skye into an enchanting haven. The allure of the Sandton Skye penthouses and apartments can be greatly attributed to attention to detail, perfect finishes and tranquillity.

  • Campbells Pocket residence bathroom

    Set amidst the endless expanses of Queensland, the “Sunshine State”, products from the Axor and Hansgrohe brands blend seamlessly into the overall design of a country estate.

  • View of Eden Island in Seychelles

    Hansgrohe joined forces with Eden Island Development Company (Seychelles) Ltd as the official bathroom accessories partner for their Seychelles development project. The Eden Island project was planned from 2003 and interior design planning began in 2006.

  • Traditinal country home with Hansgrohe taps and showers

    Traditional homes are not what they used to be and they certainly do not need to be boring or old school. Have a look at the many styles integrated in this "traditional" country home.

  • Show houses can be quite a challenge to fit as the house normally reflects the personality of those who live there. In the case of this imaginary "Waterfall Family", the design had to be flexible enough to cater for the eventual owners.

  • The Boskloof Eco Estate was designed around keeping the state of the natural habitat and sustainability. It is only fitting that they use Hansgrohe EcoSmart products.

  • Phototo of the Hemp House exterior

    Home owner, Tony Budden together with Perfect Place architects has proven the versatility of this plant by building an eco home made from hemp in Noordhoek, Cape Town.