It is said that one day, Gaudi, going to check the status of some pieces he wanted placed in one of his works, picked up a ceramic container and dropped it on the ground, breaking it. At that point he apparently exclaimed: "We have to use the bits of it, otherwise we will never be able to finish in time!".
The Guell collection draws inspiration from the project which gives its name made in Barcelona by the architect Antoni Gaudì in the first half of the 1900s. Conceived in the wake of the modernist tradition, Parc Guell embodies the characteristics that are typical of the Catalan artist, paying particular attention to the symbiosis between the artificial structures and the surrounding landscape. The attempt of our design team to approach and homage the original work is clearly visible in the choice of the proposed shapes and colors: the absence of straight lines, the ability of the curves to chase each other creating unique shapes, the colors inspired by nature.