Gestures Collection

Milan, Italy

Groël x Pelizzari Studio®

Ancestral geometric shapes describe these movements in a figurative way, relating to the mechanism of the handle. An aesthetic of deconstructed, broken and interrupted geometries, for a contemporary and timeless collection.

Shift represents the gesture of displacement. An offset and translated cylindrical shape returns an original and provocative configuration.

Snap represents the act of breaking. A cylinder that stops visually, breaking in the center. An unprecedented and comfortable handle.

Pair represents the gesture of association. A circular and a hexagonal element, in contrast, are unique to create a balanced configuration.




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