Katerra is a "Silicon Valley design-build firm" and its most recent endeavor is the launch of the KOVA brand. This venture is intended to be a "one-stop-shop for high quality but low-cost materials and products" and it is geared toward satisfying the needs of industry professionals, designers, and architects."
From the looks of it, the KOVA brand is geared toward celebrating minimalism and elegance across a variety of homeware and architectural categories — from bathroom appliances and cabinetry to window coverings and ceramic tiles.
The KOVA brand is intended to facilitate a connection between "design, quality and value," curating a perfect balance between the three in the contemporary setting. In addition, the products are made to "meet the highest environmental and quality standards." When it comes to o[ptimizing efficiency, convenience and cost, it doesn't get much better than this.
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The KOVA Brand is Launched by Katerra as a Professional Resource
1. Minimalism in Homeware - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop high-quality, cost-effective homeware products that embrace minimalism and elegance.
2. One-stop-shop for Low-cost Materials - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create a comprehensive platform that offers a wide range of high-quality but affordable materials for industry professionals, designers, and architects.
3. Environmental and Quality Standards - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop products that meet the highest environmental and quality standards while still providing convenience and cost-effectiveness.
1. Homeware - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Introduce innovative materials and products that cater to the growing demand for minimalistic and elegant homeware.
2. Construction and Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Revolutionize the construction and design industry by offering a one-stop-shop platform for low-cost, high-quality materials.
3. Architecture - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create environmentally-friendly and high-quality architectural materials that align with the needs of architects and designers.