Goccia – a graceful handmade faucet collection

Goccia is a collection designed by Prospero Rasulo for Italian brand Gessi. It’s a collection of faucets which has been inspired by water. What better inspiration source for a faucet than water itself. You’ll notice that the faucets have very graceful designs with curved lines and elegant shapes. They are also handmade which quite uncommon these days, but it only makes them more special and unique. In order to emphasis the fact that water stood at the base of this collection, it has been names Goccia, which means “drop”.

The collection features several different designs and all of them are elegant and stylish. The faucets are available is brushed chrome or chrome with either white or black finishes. Another very interesting detail about this collection is that the tap is eco-friendly using water-saving technology. So not only that you’ll have a unique, handmade faucet in your home, but you’ll also be able to save up to 50% of the water. Goccia is a remarkable collection distinguishable not only because of the beauty of the designs but also because of the preoccupation for the environment.

Goccia is a collection of versatile faucets that can be used in bathrooms, kitchens, bars and other public spaces. Their design is simple and yet eye-catching and modern.

Published by in Bathroom Faucets, on August 4th, 2011


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