Founded in 1901 in the Black Forest, Germany, by Hans Grohe, the company that bears the founder's name today has a worldwide presence and has expanded into residential architecture. Take "The Morrison," a luxury gated community in Palm Springs, California and designed by the Los Angeles based architectural firm, DesignARC. The Morrison is comprised of 53 residences all outfitted with award-winning faucets and shower systems from Hansgrohe.
Get the look of The Morrison's sleek and modern kitchen using our source guide below. Looking for faucets and fixtures alone? See more offerings from Hansgrohe (such as the PuraVida Single-Hole Faucet, Raindance E 240 Showerhead, and the PuraVida 150 AIR 3-Jet Handshower with wallbar and thermostatic trim).
Above: Firm DesignArc conceived the minimally designed kitchens, which feature sleek surfaces and stainless appliances. Photograph by Nuvue Interactive courtesy of DesignARC.
Above: Access Lighting's Proteus Cable Suspended Pendant is made from brushed steel with an inner frosted glass and outer clear glass; $86.40 each from Lumens.
Above: The Talis S Single-Hole Kitchen Faucet, made from solid brass, features a pull-out handspray and swivels 150 degrees. Available in chrome (shown) and steel optic for $466 from Hansgrohe.
Above: A white Carrara marble countertop; explore more in our 10 Easy Pieces: Remodelista Kitchen Countertop Picks.
Above: The LG Cabinet Depth French Door Refrigerator (LFC21776ST) is $2,157 at Plessers.
Above: The Bottega Height-Adjustable Stool adjusts from counter to bar height and features stain-resistant leather available in black, off white, ivory, chocolate, Russian (dark burgundy), and Saddle (a buttery tan leather); $910 each from Design Within Reach.
Above: The Formosa Chartreuse Tray Table features a chartreuse lacquered willow wood tray that can sit alone or on the folding chromed X-base; $49.95 from CB2. The Square Lacquer Tray in yellow is an alternative option for $24 from West Elm.
Above: Crate and Barrel's Bar Tool and Ice Bucket is $49.95 for the set.
N.B.: Looking for more kitchen ideas? See 70 Steal This Look: Kitchens.