Titian’s name refers to the pronunciation of the Chinese ideogram that identifies the cultivated terraces in Asia. The peculiar trait of Titian Series is the pyramidal structure with concentric circles, which creates the base of the faucet or handles, giving it an unusual but extremely elegant shape. De Lucchi defines it as “a real sculpture that has to do with the pyramids, with some forms of pre-Columbian culture and the hanging gardens [...]. It is paradoxically a very architectural piece because it is a real building and its individual rings magically maintain their geometric purity and consistency in all the variations of the Series.”