Hansgrohe and Duravit were selected to be featured in "Making Room: Housing for a Changing America", running from November 18, 2017 to September 16, 2018, an exciting new exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. At its centerpiece is a 1,000 square foot house called "The Open House," designed by Italian architect Pierliugi Colombo/Clei. The configurable space utilizes smart technology, movable walls, and multifunctional furniture to meet the needs of the housing population of today and tomorrow. During the exhibit's run, the Open House will be transformed to feature modern living environments for a range of age demographics: roommates, an extended family, and a retired couple with a live-in caregiver. The hansgrohe, AXOR and Duravit products will remain throughout the exhibit's conversions, demonstrating the functional agility, flexibility and performance of the bath and shower products. To meet the needs of a diverse demographic and lifestyle, the hansgrohe products that were selected for the exhibition's bathroom/shower areas include the Raindance Select S 120 AIR 3-Jet Handshower, Talis Select S 80 and Talis Select E 80 Single-Hole Faucets and iBox Universal Plus, as well as robe hooks and other bath and shower accessories. Additionally, the kitchen features the AXOR Citterio Select Collection. Duravit products selected included the OpenSpace B Shower Screen and ME by Starck toilet.