Gessi, luxury Italian design brand, has released the Gessi 316 range to Australia exclusively via Victorian specialist retailer e&s, and it’s time to celebrate.
October 3rd, 2018
In Melbourne’s Abey Showroom, Gessi unveiled the all-new Gessi 316 tapware and mixer range. The uniquely woven designs are available in four bespoke brushed-steel colour selections, and are the first of their kind for steel manufacturing in kitchen and bathroom accessories.
The Gessi 316 range is a beautiful expression of Gessi’s style, creativity, and technology, and the party celebrating the collection’s launch was suitably attended by some of design’s best and brightest, as well as Gessi, Abey and e&s staff.
The collection comprising the styles…
Trame – inspired by high-end jewellery, this design features a spiral drawing pattern that is timeless and contemporary
Intreccio – a sophisticated woven texture that is graceful but strong, rich and distinctive, this design is a combination of traditional and modern architecture
Meccanica – a classic look reimagined with an accentuated and bold pattern creating an industrial chic feel that is rich and captivating
Cesello – sophisticated industrial glamour created by a refined and discreet punctured texture
Flessa – a smooth, minimal design that lets the iconic round shape and metal speak for itself
Available in four finishes – steel, warm steel, copper and black metal – the Gessi 316 collection is exclusively available via Victorian specialist kitchen, bathroom and laundry retailer e&s.
With catering by Melbourne favourite Neptune Food & Wine, the evening was a brilliant success and a wonderful showcase of the finer side of kitchenware design.
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