The renowned American designer and founder of the Rockwell Group, David Rockwell has designed marvelous new bathroom designs for Gessi, a leading manufacturer in the bathroom market. This new collection is called Inciso, which is an embodiment of the warm modern sensibility of American design. Resulting from the extraordinary collaboration of two powerhouses, Inciso will debut on the prestigious, International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), in New York City.
“Defined by simplicity and possibility, the design created for Gessi interprets a uniquely American ethos for modern fixtures. Gessi’s strength in technical know-how and keen understanding of craftsmanship, ensured that the key design characters were expressed throughout the collection.”
The formal gestures of early plumbing fixtures and the refined, architectural sensibility of modern metalwork inspired the distinguished profile. This exclusive collection features sculpted contours which are combined with smooth surfaces and textured patterns.
The collection is made of solid brass, available in a large number of finishes including black, nickel and bronze and diverse surface treatments, which provide a wide variety of looks and moods suitable for any imaginable bath environment.
Bringing a new visual language to the contemporary bath-scape, Inciso channels the honesty of traditional craftsmanship and the American spirit, while also conceiving a new design language for the contemporary bathroom, thanks to the expertise of Rockwell and Gessi.
Gessi’s goal was to conceive a unique line of products that could fully embody the emotions of the skilful specifics of old era brassware manufacturers while making it fresh and contemporary. This collection marks the first time Gessi has collaborated with an American designer.
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