Shower mixer tap Watt RWIT 2B90 CC 01
built-inwall-mountedchromed metal

shower mixer tap
shower mixer tap
shower mixer tap
shower mixer tap
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Product applications
wall-mounted, built-in
chromed metal
Number of holes
Spout type
with pull-out spray
Handle shape
without waste
silver-colored, black, white


The architecture firm Q-Bic has designed the new Watt collection for Rubinetterie Treemme. Watt is the brand-new series of single-lever and thermostatic valves for built-in showers, inspired by the world of lighting. Rubinetterie Treemme had for some time now felt the need to create a collection of cutting-edge shower thermostats with a truly innovative design, and it was the Q-Bic architecture firm in Florence that offered just what the company was looking for, creating a unique, unprecedented collection. “The world of electricity was part of my family background, which re-emerged while I was designing this new collection”, explains Q-Bic’s Marco Baldini. “This prompted me to give the range a vintage look reminiscent of the old-style electrical plates, obviously with a totally modern, designer slant. So then the name Watt came naturally”. The signature feature of the Watt range is the levers that turn the water on and off, adjusting the flow; these hallmark elements resemble light switches, while temperature is adjusted with a round knob. The collection is fashioned entirely in brass, and comes in a choice of several different finishes. Watt is the result of an impressive style and design effort, in which the creative skill of Q-Bic joined forces with the manufacturing expertise of Rubinetterie Treemme. This cooperation has brought to life a collection with a technological and functional design that has no equal.


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