Plan­ning an ar­chi­tec­tural space is taken to a new level with ri­made­sio

High de­tail and mod­ern ma­te­ri­al­ity de­fine the be­spoke of­fer­ing from Ri­made­sio

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Ri­made­sio pro­duces sys­tems for the ar­chi­tec­tural def­i­ni­tion of in­ter­nal spa­ces. They are or­ches­tral com­po­si­tions of style but they are in­vested with a sense of the hyper prac­ti­cal. Within their lin­ear and con­crete de­signs lies the sim­plic­ity of a con­cept ex­pressed through an ex­cep­tional level of tech­ni­cal com­pe­tence. Glass, a pure and eco­log­i­cal ma­te­rial, plays the most im­por­tant part in the col­lec­tion.

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bulthaup | liv­ing kitchens is part­ner­ing with Ri­made­sio to open a mono-brand show­room to ex­clu­sively of­fer this beau­ti­ful fur­ni­ture for the home: ‘What we see with the Ri­made­sio prod­ucts is stun­ning de­sign with spe­cial­ist ma­te­ri­als and qual­ity crafts­man­ship built draw­ing on 60 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence, and this level of de­tail and re­fine­ment fits the bulthaup pro­file ex­actly. Now we can ex­tend in­no­va­tive de­sign, lux­ury and qual­ity from the kitchen to other rooms in the home – and at an ex­traor­di­nar­ily high level of fin­ish – with gor­geous slid­ing doors and room di­viders, cab­i­nets, shelv­ing and unique fur­ni­ture pieces.

I’m re­ally ex­cited to show our clients th­ese prod­ucts – they’re amaz­ing,’ says Ramón Casadó, De­sign Di­rec­tor/co-owner, bulthaup | liv­ing kitchens,

South Africa.

The use of glass and alu­minium rep­re­sent the base of Ri­made­sio’s iden­tity

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