CONO by Gessi + Karol

CONO by Gessi + Karol

Newly released, the Gessi Cono (meaning ‘Cone’ in Italian) collection of tap ware and ceramics combines a naturally curved shape with angular lines, to create a sculptural piece of art. Innovative in form, Cono is designed in Italy by Prospero Rasulo and includes taps, basins, baths and accessories that are ideal for both contemporary and classic interiors. Available in a wide array of finishes to suit most interiors, the options include polished chrome, brushed chrome, polished and brushed gunmetal, white, black and copper.

To complement this beautiful range, Italian manufacturer Karol have created a collection of bathroom furnishings designed especially to match Cono. Wall cabinets with integrated or counter basins, mirrors and a large range of shelving options provide a perfect backdrop to the Gessi tap ware and offer a total design solution for the bathroom or wet area.

For more information on the Karol for Gessi furniture range and Gessi Cono tap ware, give us a call today.

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    Gessi Cono sanitary ware
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    Karol cabinetry to complement the range
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    Karol for Gessi Cono cabinetry
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    Cono shower head
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    Curves and angles – the perfect form
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    The Cono collection
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    Basin and ceiling mounted spout

This post was written by: Caz

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