Published on : Wednesday, April 18, 2018
The creative design of Bubbles washbasin is inspired by pleasing visuals of soap bubbles floating in the air. Made from marble and stone, the washbasin, that comes in freestanding or countertop versions, consists of several modules fastened by metal inserts, allowing a combination of different marble colors and finishes. This way, there is a possibly to carve a module even from smaller blocks of stone to reduce material waste.
Kreoo Roma (Hall 22-Stand C28)
Unlike the Bubbles , Kreoo Roma accentuated the firmness of gold-colored lines on this elegant form of hand wash. Made of intact carved marble, Kreoo Roma combines traditional and contemporary forms for a hand-wash.
The Rubelli Group is to present at the 2018 Salone del Mobile the new Rubelli Casa furniture collection, CINECITTA’, designed by the well-known architect Marco Piva. A series of pieces with a vintage vibe by Studio Rubelli also stands alongside this decidedly contemporary collection. CINECITTA’ by Marco Piva and the new creations from Studio Rubelli are suited for use in various contexts, from residential to hotel, and all are in line with items already in the collection.
Cinecitta’ collection (Hall 01- Stand E15 E21)
The inspiration behind Cinecittà is the world of film, with products linked to names of actors and actresses and bringing to mind iconic figures from their collective imagination. Personalities who, despite a costume change, still retain a precise identity.
The fabric, crafted detailing and tailoring, all part of Rubelli’s DNA, are key features in these new products which, returning to traditional values, look out onto the present and go beyond it. Like actors on the set, they dress up to interpret the new places and areas of contemporary living. A recurring theme in the CINECITTA’ collection is the coming together and overlapping of materials and textures, the use of marble and metal, wood and lacquer finishes, of geometric shapes and slightly slanted vertical lines which streamline the items, giving them a regained sense of lightness and freedom.
CINECITTA’, designed and intended for international “sets”, maintains in the design and its configuration a strongly Italian soul, created through research and tests on the material and fabric and embellished with tailoring details and sophisticated choices of finishes and textures.
New creations by Studio Rubelli are presented alongside the contemporary-style pieces of the collection by Marco Piva. Their vintage feel takes us back to the Fifties in a balanced mix of decoration and design.
The new products mark a continuity with the past and reference the path undertaken by the architect Luca Scacchetti when Rubelli Casa presented his very first furniture collection.
Now, as then, all types of solutions are possible for the covers and upholstery thanks to the vast range of textiles Rubelli has in the collection.
Particularly interesting is the combination of different fabrics in the same article, as in the Triennale armchair, which can be turned into a two or three-seater sofa, and the Dadamaino bench with the rigid part in silk and the padding in velvet.
Damantio, an exclusive material patented by Rubelli, is confirmed as a distinctive and characteristic feature. Not just for the tops of various tables but also as a finish for the frames of the new mirrors, doubling their 3D effect.
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