Nice touch: New Reframe soap dispenser focuses on user experience

by | 24 Oct 2022 | Suppliers

New soap dispenser from Danish high-end bathroom design specialists Unidrain combines careful engineering with five colour options, allowing designers to maintain a consistent look while giving guests yet another subtle quality experience.

Soap dispenser designed with users in mind

The award-winning Reframe Collection, a series of bathroom accessories by Unidrain is expanding with the launch of a new soap dispenser.

‘It’s a small detail, of course, but an important one,’ explains International Sales Manager René Risom, and continues: ‘The soap dispenser is one of the few design elements that users actually touch and handle, so investing in quality here can subtly inform their overall experience. That’s why we developed this dispenser with keen attention to details that help heighten the user experience.

For example, the nozzle has been engineered to have exactly the right angle, dispensing a carefully measured quantity of soap into the user’s hands – not into the washbasin. Other details include a non-slip base and, of course, the dispenser’s robust construction, made to withstand many uses.’

The dispenser is available as a countertop model and a wall-mounted version. The wall-mounted model is ideal when there is limited space at the hand-basin and is also an elegant solution for a shower cubicle.

Five colour options for co-ordinated look

Importantly for hotels, the new soap dispenser provides yet another opportunity to create a cohesive design scheme in every detail. Like all other designs in the Reframe series of bathroom accessories, it comes in brushed stainless steel, polished stainless steel, PVD-coated brass, black and copper, making it easy to create a co-ordinated look in the bathroom.

ABOUT THE SUPPLIER

 

In 2003, the architect Claus Dyre developed a linear floor drain to be placed against the wall, and this was the start of Unidrain. Since then, various products have been added, all with the same focus on both function and design.

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