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Geelli- Soften your life
Soft, colourful, useful and pleasant. These are the accessories of Geelli collection, originating from the desire of exploring the multiple functional, sensorial and emotional possibilities of polyurethane gel. Many are the ideas coming true from the passion of an Italian company: bathrooms and kitchens, offices and living spaces. The common goal is making every space unique and special: in every way.
Geelli is a trademark created in 2008 by CS company, a dynamic entrepreneurial reality based in the province of Padua, born in the Seventies on the initiative of the Scappocin family, engaged in the production of tailor wear made by using innovative technologies and materials.
The new generation, represented by Monia and Mauro Scappocin, in 2008 decides to invest fully in the moulding of polyurethane gel and the new brand Geelli. The charm of this material, any time able to surprise and give rise to new experimentations, is the basis of the enthusiasm that the company puts into each project.
The items signed Geelli express the beauty of polyurethane gel, soft and pleasant to the touch, and its versatility with regard to finishes, texture, shades of colour and transparencies. The trademark also expresses the quality of the made in Italy in every stage of production, from the choice of the machinery to the origin of the raw materials, from the passion for design to creativity.
The products coming out from this experimentation are various: the first collection of items designed from house furnishing and decorating, presented in 2008 at Macef, has been entrusted to designer Monica Graffeo, also art director of the company. Since then, new accessories have been designed by Sergio Mori and Alessandra Pasetti.
Starting from January 2011 Geelli has created a page on facebook and twitter at the following addresses: facebook and twitter, reaching soon more than 1.200 fans. Geelli, in expansion, is currently distributed in Italy, Europe (Benelux, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Spain and Portugal), Switzerland, Japan and Morocco.