Since 1956, Rimadesio has been changing perceptions of aluminium by bringing it indoors as stylish partitions and storage systems. Meet two of the brand’s latest creations: Alambra and Planet.
28 February, 2018
Rimadesio is a pioneer in bringing aluminium indoors as stylish partitions and storage systems. Since its establishment in 1956, the Italian brand has been changing perceptions of aluminium – a material previously deemed too cold for indoor spaces and residential use.
The brand pairs aluminium and glass in its products, which are offered in a wide range of fashionable finishes. Partitions and storage systems have a long history, and Rimadesio’s reinventions of these elements provide an ideal with today’s dynamic contemporary lifestyle.
Take for example the display cabinet collection Alambra. Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, the collection is available as a freestanding unit (with legs or floor base) in five widths and five heights, as well as a wall-mounted unit (pictured). Rimadesio offers a wide range of accessories for Alambra’s interior, including LED strips, handles in various finishes (including wood and leather), and drawer units.
Complementing Rimadesio’s range of partition and storage systems is Planet (also pictured), a collection of small tables by the same designer. The collection pairs a geometric top and tray with a delicate aluminium structure, resulting in an elegant and timeless composition. Planet is available in 13 variants with a wide range of table top materials and aluminium finishes.
In Singapore, Rimadesio is available from The Madison Group.
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