Singapore, 22 March 2023 – GROHE is delighted to announce that the inaugural GROHE X Summit "Caring for Water" was a huge success - in every way: the 17 events aired over three days on the GROHE X digital experience center received over 14,000 views.
From keynotes to masterclasses, and fact snacks to panel talks, thousands of GROHE X attendees were exposed to multi-media formats from March 7 to March 9.
The GROHE X digital experience platform has evolved into a knowledge-exchange center for future houses, lifestyles, and water issues. Three fundamental questions guided the varied conversation formats: When do we call a place home – today and tomorrow? How can we make buildings more sustainable And water as an experience – a new mindfulness?
All guests were taken on a journey through a total of 17 sessions chock full of first-hand knowledge, research-based data and analysis, expertise, and know-how to grasp better the direction of water and our relationship with it.
The many workshops that addressed the potential difficulties and issues to be resolved when working, living, and interacting with water put professional partners, installers, architects, designers, and end users at the center of the discussion. The Summit included topics such as contemporary trends in interior design, the creation of ground-breaking goods, the enhancement of customer relationships, and how GROHE has prioritized the demands of its target market.
GROHE Everstream: recirculating shower technology cleans, reheats, and reuses water
The GROHE X Summit "Caring for Water" also examined the forthcoming commercial difficulties. Moreover, GROHE unveiled its eagerly awaited GROHE Everstream technology, which sterilizes, reheats, and recycles water. Depending on personal showering patterns, the shower system can use only a quarter of the water, and a third of the energy regular showers use. This can result in annual cost savings of up to 65% for a four-person household and up to 70% less CO2 emissions.
Without sacrificing comfort, GROHE Everstream technology will revolutionize how we utilize water. As the company hopes to have all GROHE hidden showers water-recycling-ready by 2030, it will be offered starting in spring 2024.
The Summit began by showcasing GROHE Everstream before moving on to discuss how the construction eco-system may help have a beneficial impact on the environment and the people who live in these spaces. Architects, interior designers, and researchers agree that innovative design and architecture can help cure stressed society.
As stated in numerous sessions, private bathrooms progressively evolve into personal well-being and self-care. With its SPA sub-brand, GROHE can meet the growing need for personal relaxation in the convenience of private bathrooms.
Learn more about the key findings that were discussed at our first GROHE X Summit “Caring for Water” on the experience platform GROHE X or watch the sessions on demand.