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AUG 2017

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Design Panel Showcases DXV PISCATAWAY, NJ — A historic New York City building was the backdrop for the unveiling of DXV's latest initiative, "Journey the World. Arrive Transformed.," which was created by the DXV 2017 Design Panel. "Journey the World" takes inspiration from four cities – Flor- ence, Casablanca, Copenhagen and Toronto – with uniquely distinguishing building charac- teristics and design styles, and interprets them through bath- room settings that highlight luxury DXV fixtures and faucets. In 2014, the DXV flagship portfolio of luxury bath and kitchen products launched to celebrate the 140-plus-year heritage of American Standard by reimagining the most influ- ential design movements during that time: Classic (1890-1920), Golden Era (1920-1950), Modern (1950-1990) and Contemporary (1990-Today). In keeping with that idea, this year's Design Panel members each created vignettes based in one of the cities during one of those time periods. Co rey Da m e n J e n k i n s o f Corey Damen Jenkins & Associ- ates in Detroit created "Classic Superiore Offers Photo Contest GUALTIER, ITALY — Superiore has launched the SNAP with Superiore Project Photography Contest, and the company is calling upon design professionals to submit photos of their instal- lations that feature Superiore appliances. All submissions will be en- tered for a chance to win a trip for two to Italy, including airfare and accommodations, for four nights in Milan, passes to EuroCucina 2018 and a tour of the Superiore facilities in Emilia Romagna. The contest is open to all de- signers in the U.S. and Canada (excluding Quebec) and runs until December 31, 2017. For additional information, visit contest. Renaissance," reflecting the city of Flor- ence, Italy during the Classic Movement from 1890-1920. Kati Curtis, CID, LEED-AP of Kati Curtis Design in New York City and Los Angeles, designed "Golden Era Get- away," a take on Casablanca during the Golden Era Movement of 1920-1950. Tasked with Copenhagen during the Modern Movement from 1950-1990, Michele Alfano of Michele Alfano Design in Hudson Valley, NY created "Mid-Century Hygge." Alison Habermehl of Habermehl Design Group in Waterloo, Ontario created "Contemporary Penthouse," a Toronto-based home in the Contempo- ray Movement period of 1990-Today. August 2017 • 19 Circle No. 10 on Product Card

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