Rimadesio produce contemporary systems for sub-dividing interior spaces. Their stand at Salone del Mobile was stunning and luxurious, which reflected their style perfectly. The company presented it's new products which implemented design solutions for the highest demanding public of Salone del Mobile.
Rimadesio create engineered doors, sliding panels, shelving units, walk-in wardrobes and a collection of complementary furniture define this Italian brand.
The Sail sliding system installed on their stand divided the space nicely yet didn't create a harsh divide; light was still able to flow through from the room next door. The living area 'Alambra' designed by Giuseppe Bavuso was featured on their stand which is a gorgeous piece of furniture - the design minimises the aluminium thickness and maximises the clear glass and LED trim.
The Manta table also designed by Giuseppe Bavuso was featured, which is available in a wide range of materials and finishes. The central lazy susan is an option with this table-which makes it very practical as well as being contemporary.
The Abacus living composition looked gorgeous with the Long Island table set up in-front. The table has a unique variety of finishes which allows a natural combination with other proposals of the collection. The top on display was in the colour 'Nero' with polished aluminium structure.
Wind is the original bookcase in the new interpretation by Rimadesio. The bookcase is entirely manufactured in aluminium and is represented by the union between extruded shelves and die-casting uprights. It can be customised to inhabit 'riflettente grigio glass back panels' to showcase elements such as ornaments and wine glasses.
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