A world-first in architectural linear grates, the partnership has created a new decorative solution for wet areas, including pools, courtyards, balconies, paved areas and driveways.
In May 2013, the new design was acknowledged at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York, receiving the ICFF Editors Award in the Kitchen and Bath category for Best Design. In 2014 the product received a Good Design® Selection in the ‘Architecture and Interiors’ category at the Australian Good Design Awards.
Incorporating Newson's signature tessellated hexagonal pattern, the MND Series grates are beautifully constructed from 2mm marine grade stainless steel, available in satin stainless steel, satin black, white, pearl brass and blue finishes. It is available in two different widths, a narrow 65mm or a wider 100mm width. The colours create a subtle accent which can blend or contrast with surrounding materials and fittings, such as tiles, while also adding texture with the grate pattern.
Linear drain design was invented by Stormtech to allow for a wider range of floor surfaces and flooring configurations than is possible with traditional centre wastes. The product creates a sleek partition between the dry and wet areas of a bathroom, to suit contemporary interior design. The 316 marine grade stainless steel grate provides the durability to extend application to both indoor and outdoor areas.
The Australian made Stormtech MND Series drainage system is available as a made to measure, fixed length or patented modular option.
For further information contact Stormtech on 02 4423 1989 or visit: www.stormtech.com.au