From Gessi, and new to Abey Australia, comes the Officine kitchen tapware collection – and industrial style range that is both sincere and concise in its design.
March 1st, 2021
With industrial appeal and a sincere design that pays homage to its pure functionality, the Officine kitchen mixer is a new release from Gessi, ready to grace kitchens both residential and commercial across Australia, thanks to Abey.
Working with artists, psychologists and anthropologists, Gessi has a history of developing products that explore new living concepts and help to revolutionise kitchens and bathrooms of homes, commercial kitchens, hospitality venues and more. Officine is the next step in his rich, 30 year history.
The industrial aesthetic of Officine makes it an appealing choice for a kitchen that needs a focal point or final element design flourish. The visible keys and bolts of the mixer represent Gessi’s sincere approach to design. Nothing is hidden or masked – the functionality of the mixer is the design feature. This reflects the Gessi team’s approach, where each element stands alone, speaking to the user through an honest and open dialogue of design.
As with all design, the devil is in the details. The innovation and style of Officine is revealed the more it is examined. From the smooth yet rigid curve of the spout, to the intuitive handle with its bolt connection – the mixer is in equal parts unpretentious yet eye-catching.
Gessi is proud of its strong production roots and remains unwaveringly Italian. Gessi‘s manufacturing and production phases remain entirely in-house, following the practice models and principles of green production. From their Vercelli manufacturing plant in Italy, the unique Made in Gessi label carries with it a sense of responsibility and a promise of Italian elegance, aesthetics and lifestyle.
The Gessi Officine pullout kitchen mixer is a bold statement of design that ties in effortless with countless interior themes and accompanying kitchen accessories. With a 5 star WELS rating, this is a water efficient and eye-catching element to any kitchen project.
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