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Rako

Using an Apple iPad, Rako Controls director Peter Broome demonstrates how a range of the company's products – controlling interior lighting and blinds – can be operated from your fingertips. Check out the Rako iPad and iPhone app here.

Grohe Ondus

Bathroom tiles for the digital age

Ondus Digitecture

If you share a bathroom, stepping into the shower can often be a battle with the elements: you can find yourself in hot water or things are running cool. Unveiled at the show, Grohe’s Ondus Digitecture offers architects a range of digital bathroom fittings based on a 5 x 5cm grid system. Features include his and hers memory setting so your shower runs at the temperature that suits you. Could be worth splashing out for.

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Zaha Hadid Quadro

British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid is better known for her architectural works but here, she’s applied her unique flair to the design of a tap for Triflow. Besides the usual twists and turns for domestic hot and cold water, the tap features hot and cold filtered water at the touch of a button. At around £7000 the Triflow Quadro TF-KTQ 808 is very much a special order. Hadid’s contribution also helps raise the profile of Triflow’s anti bottled water campaign: Back to the Tap.

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