Interior Design

Introduction to Gi-Design

30th March 2017

Very rarely does a brand manage to make something that can be quite ordinary into something spectacular and there is no other way to introduce you to Gi-Design.

Gi-Design is a luxury design brand from Italy, founded in 2015, with the founding mission to create genuine works of art, unique pieces and exclusive collections. Made in Italy and inspired by nature, art and technology Gi – Design has created Water Sculptures that will elevate any bathroom design and redefine the user experience.

These conceptual water sculptures are made from titanium or steel and can be completely customized to the client’s requirements and taste, from shape, material, body and the controls.

They are designed for a sophisticated audience who appreciates the conceptual thinking and raw materials of the fittings. The Gi-Design collection appeals to designers and architects who are able to extend their unique design concept into the hardware of the bathroom.

The Water Sculpture’s are capable of completely transforming the bathroom experience, as we know it. Each tap has Wi-Fi capability and touch and voice commands enabled. Gi-Design brings art and innovation to everyday life and balances modernity with nature with their show stopping designs. 

The collection was launched at Milan Design Week last year and has already been displayed at La Triennale Museum. Excitingly, they will be at Design Week in Milan next week.

Gi –Design have been invited to participate at the Marie Claire Maison White Luxury Event that will involve well known architect studios such as Stefano Boeri Architetti, David Chipperfield Architects, Aires Mateus, Zaha Hadid Architects and many more.

Gi-Design has been chosen to enhance Marco Piva’s installation space at Pinacoteca di Brera, in Passione Room, from April 4th to the 9th.

There will be a selection of the designs on display in Milan namely, Horse and Snake, which I have shared with you here. The Water Sculptures will stand out beautifully against the white surrounds of the room and ensure the elegant, strong features are prominent.

I look forward to seeing these creations in Milan next week.

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