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Top and above: Gessi’s iconic Rettangolo collection, designed by Italian sculptor Prospero Rasulo, embraces clean, rectangular shapes. Showerheads, mixers, faucets and accessories all feature the same geometric lines. Above right: Inspired by a water droplet, the Gessi Goccia collection was also designed by Prospero Rasulo. The signature drop is found on showerheads as well as wall-mount, ceilingmount, floor-mount and deck-mount faucets. Vessel and drop-in sinks, and accessories, such as soap and lotion dispensers and mirrors, are all styled to complement the droplet. 38 shower with generously sized, well-styled showerheads that provide a variety of water experiences, from “cascade and massage” to “mist and rain”. A convenient hand-shower, plus misters and body sprays, further enhance the spa shower as a special retreat, as does the right lighting. “To fully enjoy the private wellness benefits of a bath sanctuary, the feeling needs to extend throughout the room,” says Allen. “A seamless look contributes greatly to the tranquility of the space. That’s why Gessi offers fully coordinated search | save | share at collections, complete with sinks, faucets, and accessories that bring a coherent style to the whole bathroom. All of the elements share the same essential shapes, clean forms and harmonious proportions.” For more details about Gessi products for creating a sanctuary in the bathroom, email Larry Allen: Or visit the website : save | share Search 42714 at