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  • KALLISTA Catalog

    January 2022
    Discover the beauty and inspiration behind KALLISTA products and collections.
  • Kallista 2023 Pricebook

    May 2023
    May 2023 updated price book for KALLISTA products organized by both product category and collection for ease of use.
  • November 2020
    Bringing compelling, timeless design to grand hotels and high-rise residential properties around the world, KALLISTA is the leader in fittings and fixtures for the multi-unit and hospitality market.
  • KALLISTA is committed to keeping select high-demand products in stock and ready for immediate shipment. Select KALLISTA® products with confidence, regardless of timelines, for bathroom and kitchen projects.
  • Pinna Paletta Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Inspired by patterns found in nature, the Pinna Paletta collection is carefully crafted with textural details that are both interactive and highly interpretable. Whether you see a thumbprint, a feather or an African tribal weaving in each piece, discover the power behind an artisan’s touch.
  • Pure Paletta Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Blending high style with minimal design, the Pure Paletta collection offers a clean look that can complement any transitional or traditional environment. Transform your space with this unadorned yet timeless treasure.
  • Central Park West Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Created in partnership with renowned New York-based design and architecture firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the new Central Park West collection is a crafted brassware line that captures the legendary sophistication of early twentieth-century design.
  • Foundations Sell Sheet

    January 2021
    Designed to harmonize with an array of KALLISTA collections, the comprehensive Foundations collection offers universal products of unparalleled yet practical beauty in a range of finishes to suit any environment.
  • Juxtapose Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Functionality and performance meet sophisticated design with Juxtapose by KALLISTA designed by Mick De Giulio
  • Klyne Sell Sheet

    July 2020
    Inspired by an interplay of geometric form and mixed metals, the Klyne collection by KALLISTA makes a fashionable décor statement in any modern space.
  • Argile Sell Sheet

    May 2020
    Created in collaboration with New York-based design and architecture firm Workshop/APD, the Argile capsule collection boasts a sculpted, undulating aesthetic inspired by tooled clay. The collection encompasses a freestanding bathtub and decorative vessel.
  • One Nazaré Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Inspired by the natural beauty expressed in simple and understated forms, One Nazaré is a bespoke faucet and shower trim collection created exclusively for commercial hospitality and multi-unit residential projects.
  • One in Matte Black Sell Sheet

    June 2019
    The One Collection by KALLISTA makes an elegant and edgy statement with its newest finish offering, Matte Black. Delivering maximum impact through minimalist design, each piece instantly enhances its styling space with understated confidence and sleek sophistication.
  • Unlacquered Brass

    A material known for its durability and warm aesthetic, Unlacquered Brass has a rich history that dates back to the Victorian Era and is returning in popularity to match today’s modern environments.
  • Freestanding Baths

    April 2018
    Discover KALLISTA freestanding bath tubs and complimenting floor-mount bath faucets.
  • Kitchen Sinks Sell Sheet

    August 2022
    Mick De Giulio brings his unique vision to a collection of chef-inspired kitchen sinks, finely crafted with 16-gauge stainless steel for long-term durability. Soltiere™ and Multiere™ sinks feature task-oriented, integrated accessories that facilitate food preparation and cleanup. The Bacifiore® entertainment sink, in a distressed polished finish, complements both.
  • Grid Sell Sheet

    March 2019
    Taking its design cues from the De Stijl movement, the Grid collection by KALLISTA delivers on the premise of pure abstraction advocated by early twentieth-century artists and architects.