Focus on patterns

The Gessi 316 tapware and basin mixers have been released to the Australian market.

The Gessi 316 tapware and basin mixers have been released to the Australian market.

The combination of classical tapware design and the application of textured patterns makes the five designs (Trame, Intreccio, Meccanica, Cesello and Flessa) unlike other bathroom accessories.

The company says the woven designs are the first of their kind for steel manufacturing, and are available in four brushed colour options: steel, warm steel, copper and black metal.

The impactful design and innovation of Gessi 316 products are exclusively available at e&s.

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