Dornbracht, established in 1950, matured from a family firm to global leader in high-end bathroom fittings and accessories. The company's product range, which also includes kitchen fittings, is differentiated by its high-quality production and innovative designs, a rare combination of vision and roots. Beyond the products themselves, Dornbracht has proven a serious commitment to art and culture.
Dornbracht’s design philosophy revolves around the “spirit of water”, focusing on the experiential nature of Dornbracht products rather than just aesthetics and form. The third-generation, family owned company is headquartered in Iserlohn, Germany and 100 percent of its products remain “Made in Germany”, a testament to their high quality (and precision).
Dornbracht’s longtime collaboration with designer Dieter Sieger first bore fruit in the form of the Domani single-level mixer and has continued in recent years with the iconic Tara. Today, Dornbracht and Sieger Design continue to “open new areas and set the bathroom free from its architectural limitations.”
Dornbracht’s sustained commitment to arts and culture manifests itself through Dornbracht’s Culture Projects (Edges, Statements and Installation Projects®). Mike Meiré, art director, artist, publisher, curator and meditator, serves as Dornbracht's Brand Director and has been at the visionary behind this series. Farm Projects is among the most widely recognized of Dornbracht's Culture Projects, addressing the notion of the kitchen as a sense of place and embracing "the richness of life that minimalism had taken away." A farm-like form housed live animals, plants, in 'orchestrated chaos’.
In 2008, Dornbracht launched Dornbracht Conversations, a platform to explore various schools of thought in architecture, art and design.
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