The Italian design icon’s first collaboration with an American designer, Gessi’s Inciso Collection bring old-world brassware to contemporary style.
March 13th, 2014
In the 21st century more than ever, consumers are seeking a return to authenticity, and long for sincerity in their design; products that have a sense of reliability, depth, and quality, and products that will stand the test of time in terms of function and aesthetics. This trend is what led the design of the Inciso Collection.
Made entirely of solid brass and available in a large number of finishes, including black, nickel and bronze, the Inciso collection of fixtures has been designed to fit any contemporary bathroom aesthetic.
Working with American architect and designer David Rockwell, Gessi’s Inciso Collection is defined by simplicity and possibility, channelling a uniquely American design ethos for modern times. Gessi’s strength in technical know-how and keen understanding of craftsmanship, ensured that the key design characters were expressed throughout the collection.
With sculpted contours paired with smooth surfaces and textured patterns, the collection sees a perfect harmony between Rockwell’s unique American approach to design, and Gessi’s iconic Italian aesthetics, and their philosophy of enriching intimate living spaces with beautiful, well-made objects that remain functional for years to come.
The solid brass collection has been designed to suit any bathroom interior style, available in finishes including black, nickel, and bronze and a diverse selection of surface treatments that provide a wide variety of looks and moods suitable for any imaginable bath environment.
Whether in a residential or a commercial setting, Inciso line of bath fixtures coordinates well with sinks, bathtubs, and showers, and complements the accessory pieces such as towel bars and soap dispensers.
Through the creativity and innovation of both Gessi and David Rockwell, the Inciso collection of fixtures is a beautiful, functional and truly authentic collection – interpreting a uniquely American ethos for design for today’s bath, with a flourish of Italian flair.
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