Creation resulting from the reflection between the Parisian studio of interior decoration MHNA (Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet) and HORUS. Myriad is a multi-faceted chiseled range, imbued with classicism and nevertheless resolutely contemporary.
– Marc Hertricht
Guilloche is an intaglio engraving technique that dates back to the 16th century. It consists of decorating a surface with parallel, rectilinear or curved lines which may or may not intersect. Originally, the guilloche work of metal was carried out with a chisel, and was mainly used in watchmaking before being extended to decoration and jewelry.
This word, of Greek origin, means in the decimal system ten to the power of four, or ten thousand (10,000). In everyday language, it is an indefinite, innumerable quantity of people or things, a myriad of stars for example.
In addition to the chrome finish, Myriad is also available in:
So that Myriad can express itself throughout the bathroom, HORUS has designed a complete range for showering and bathing.
The nobility of the materials and the discreet reminders of guilloche pieces give this line a very original elegance.
The accessories, practical, ergonomic and refined, are elevated to the rank of precious decorative objects.