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Meet the hardworking heroes of kitchen design

Multifunctional taps are efficient, productive and beautiful. They save energy, conserve water, reduce plastic use, make life easier – and keep on getting better

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Tailor and instantly access your preferred choice of water. Franke’s premium Mythos Water Hub 6-in-1 tap in solid stainless steel.
Tailor and instantly access your preferred choice of water. Franke’s premium Mythos Water Hub 6-in-1 tap in solid stainless steel.

Multifunctional taps with 3, 4, 5 and 6-in-1 functionality are becoming an essential product in modern kitchen designs. 

They deliver water in an instant – 6-in-1 models offer filtered ambient, chilled, sparkling and boiling water, on top of mains hot and cold – providing the perfect blend of performance and aesthetics.

Multifunctional taps offer numerous benefits for homeowners. Their sleek designs can integrate easily into any kitchen, from a bijou apartment to a spacious open-plan area. They make kitchens more efficient and daily life easier.

Crafted from premium materials with sleek, modern lines and beautiful finishes, they make kitchens look better.

All this, and eco-friendly too

Multifunctional taps remove the clutter of small appliances such as kettles and can cut household plastic waste by offering fresh, cold filtered water straight from the tap, potentially reducing reliance on bottled water by up to 99 per cent.

Their instant boiling water feature conserves water and energy when compared with boiling a kettle.

As the market for these new heroes of kitchen design expands, homeowners are demanding greater sophistication and functionality.

  • Franke's Mythos Water taps feature a compact one-box system that sits neatly under the sink.
    Franke's Mythos Water taps feature a compact one-box system that sits neatly under the sink.
  • Franke’s Maris Water Hub Electronic tap in Matt Black.
    Franke’s Maris Water Hub Electronic tap in Matt Black.
  • Franke’s Water Hub taps offer premium filtration capable of reducing a household’s plastic bottle waste by up to 99 per cent.
    Franke’s Water Hub taps offer premium filtration capable of reducing a household’s plastic bottle waste by up to 99 per cent.
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In response, Franke has launched the Mythos Water Hub taps range – a premium solution ideal for high-end projects. Features include:

  • 5 and 6-in-1 functionality with a versatile range of water options.
  • Instant access to filtered ambient, chilled, sparkling and boiling water, as well as mains hot and cold, at the touch of a button.
  • Compact one-box design housing the hot water tank, premium ProM filter and CO2 cartridge sits neatly under the sink making cartridge changes easy.
  • Sleek and timeless J-Spout design crafted from sustainable solid stainless steel.
  • Smart technology integrates with the Franke @Home app, si homeowners can customise and control the tap directly from their smartphones, including water quantity, sparkling level and boiling water temperature – from 80°C to 100°C.
  • RFID technology provides app prompts for filter changes making maintenance effortless.

Mythos Water Hub is the latest addition to Franke’s flagship Water Hub range of multifunction systems, which also includes the Maris Water Hub 3and 4-in-1 electronic and mechanical taps, all supported by a two-year warranty and an optional annual maintenance service.

As a trusted name in home solutions, Franke offers a comprehensive portfolio, including sinks, taps, multifunction systems, appliances, cooker hoods and waste management products, ensuring every aspect of the kitchen meets the highest standards of quality and reliability.

For more information and technical support, visit franke.com


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