Franke, which was founded in 1911, brings 107 years of expertise to every one of its kitchen products.

The award-winning Swiss company is driven by and lives by its motto to make it wonderful by producing products that combine quality, design, innovation and functionality to make everyday life a little less ordinary.


One of the first sinks that Franke created was made from stainless steel, and the brand’s mastery of this material informs the sinks it crafts today, which are made from premium quality 304 stainless chrome nickel steel. This stunningly beautiful material is stain, rust and corrosion resistant, doesn’t chip, craze, flake or break, and comes in a choice of polished, silk or brushed finishes.

Through its exploration into new materials, Franke pioneered Fragranite, an exceptionally tough material composed of 80 percent quartz that is resistant to dents, chips, stains, and up to 280℃ of heat. This unique material offers a subtle sheen and is warm to the touch. Its integrated sanitised hygiene function gives it longevity and helps to keep your kitchen clean.

Every sink needs a faucet, and Franke faucets are renowned for their extraordinary design, high-quality components, and exacting manufacturing processes. These faucets come in a variety of styles, from sleek and minimalist to classic centrepiece models, in easy-to- maintain 304 stainless chrome nickel steel or durable and popular chrome.

Hong Kong & Macau Distributor
Alliance Ascent Holdings Limited
Tel: 2372 9901

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