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REDEFINING CONTEMPORARY WATER DYNAMICS.

The source of bathroom inspiration.

The source of bathroom inspiration.

What will the bathroom of the future look like? It will be smarter. It will include appliances that reduce water usage and save time. It will be space saving and eco minded, with multimedia functions. It will feature a mix of both high tech and economical design. But above all, it will not look like the bathroom of the past.

Established in 2008, the AXENT Group is a leading manufacturer of sanitary technology and a global supplier of shower toilets. AXENT's product portfolio includes leading-edge shower toilets, high-quality sanitary ware, bathroom furniture and bathtubs as well as innovative performance technology for bathroom products.

Design
Our designers Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez are an extraordinary team with over thirty years of experience in architecture, interior and product design. Their creative approach to product design is characterized by simplified forms and the use of warm and natural materials. At the root of each project is an in-depth study of materials, technologies, the market and the client with a view to combining a minimal aesthetic with direct functionality. Continue reading
Technology
With 600 engineers in its research and development centre, alongside 3500 employees, the AXENT Group is well positioned to achieve its vision to become the world’s most innovative and reliable provider of sanitary technology. Continue reading
Environment
As the world’s need for energy grows, so does the need for energy efficiency. AXENT products use water sensibly and efficiently. For instance, we invented I-FLUSH, a water energy storage flushing system, making the toilet independent of heavy tanks. Continue reading
Craftmanship
Great design is more than the sum of its parts. AXENT lives this philosophy by paying close attention to every aspect of its products, from design and materials, through to function and finishes. Continue reading
Quality
Our testing knows no limits: Load testing, endurance testing, stress testing, performance testing and fatigue testing are all part of the on-going quality control process that every new product must undergo before it is introduced. Continue reading