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Rimadesio / Company / Style

“We like to think that the signature Rimadesio style is the exact expression of our way of understanding living interiors: concrete, functional, modern and impeccably stylish”

The ambition to respect these values drives us to develop all the other aspects of our organization. From the production site to the international showrooms, from digital communication to sales tools: everything that contributes to define our identity is managed with the upmost care and detail, because we believe that the brand’s quality is closely connected to its style.

The magazine Stories and Matters is Rimadesio’s up-to-date manifest on style, an independent collection of images, quotations and insights produced every year.

Now in its third edition, Stories and Matters takes its name from the still-life photo-shoot that is assigned to a different photographer every year. The materials and finishes have so far been photographed and interpreted by Santi Caleca, Nicolas Polli and Tommaso Sartori: an exclusive creative contribution celebrating a key element of Rimadesio style.

Rimadesio Studio is the division made up of architects, interior designers and visual merchandisers specialized in the design of showrooms and display spaces.

From the planning of space layout to the definition of the compositions, from the management of aesthetic difficulties to styling: Rimadesio Studio offers essential support to manage every technical and image issue in the showroooms or sales points. The aim is to enhance and valorize through a creative management of the single, individual project.

Corporate Identity documentation is at the core of this activity. Every particular concerning style and image, which are constantly changing and evolving, is collected and brought together: the result of a well consolidated prolific experience in this particular and fundamental field of communication.

We share the same extreme simplicity of design and balance as reflected in the attention to the project, down to the slightest detail, even those hidden ones such as respect and ethics.

Extract taken from Yoko Miura, interview

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