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Rimadesio closed the Milan Design Week with numbers that exceeded the expectations: more than 2,500 visitors among architects, interior designers, retailers, clients, and journalists coming from 35 countries. The numerous attendances have once again highlighted the international success of the brand. In addition to the inauguration of Stories and Matters exhibition, Rimadesio unveiled the new collection designed by Giuseppe Bavuso. The showroom in via Visconti di Modrone has been completely renovated, showcasing the new Maxi sliding doors, Cover Open closing system, Self Plan system and the latest evolutions of Modulor wall paneling system, now available with integrated storage elements.

Innovative finishes and materials characterize the new customizable collection, made by pursuing strict sustainability principles, through a production process powered by solar energy. The utilization of recycled and recyclable materials – such as glass and aluminum – is accelerating the transition to a circular economy, aiming to reduce waste to zero. Finished with Ecolorsystem water-based lacquers, the new systems can be easily disassembled at the end of their life: a peculiarity that ensures the proper recovery of each component, in compliance with the international environmental standards. The latest novelties are featured in the New Interiors Vol.2 catalogue which has been officially presented during the Milan Design Week. Download here the digital issue.

Stories and Matters exhibition curated by Juma.

Collection’s designs by Giuseppe Bavuso
Styling by Martina Lucatelli

Thanks to:
Amini carpets, Carl Hansen & Son, Dedar, Flos, Living divani, Louis Poulsen, Lumina, Marzotto Group, Officine Saffi, Pandul, Vibia Lighting, Vitra.

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