Product Name
INCASTRI collection
Designer
Kengo Kuma
Manufacturer
Gessi
Bathroom taps
Washbasin taps

The creations inspired by the artistic vision of Kengo Kuma for Gessi explore materials based on their emotional potential, linked to their intrinsic qualities, and the wisdom of Japanese tradition. The collection is inspired by the concept of “Chōzu”, a ritual involving rinsing hands with water before entering Japanese shrines, temples and gardens, as an act of purification and respect towards the
sacred place one is about to visit.

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The new GESSI collection therefore represents a true source of regeneration and well-being, reflecting the most natural way of dispensing water. The object becomes a pure, minimalist element, but at the same time structured and architectural, thanks to an innovative system of volume reduction of the functional parts, which naturally integrates with the surrounding architecture, like in a harmonious play of interlocking and lines. When looked at from the front, the different structural elements that compose it disappear, leaving only the pure and light sign of the line.

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The INCASTRI collection, available in countertop, wall, floor and ceiling versions in the various Gessi finishes, uses innovative elements that ensure low water flows, thus promoting a sustainable approach.

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