Riva 1920 is going to take part to the 57th Salone del Mobile with a new range of products that emphasizes wood different aspects through innovative shapes and exclusive finishes. Among the new pieces you can find the Iron sideboard, design Giovanna Azzarello, presented in the Low and High version, both distinguished by a refined game of wood grains, the bathroom unit DeKauri design Daniel Germani, the Biblio bookshelf designed by Michele De Lucchi, equipped with open compartments, the cabinet My Book, inspired by the Pinocchio puppet design Lucio Boscardin and the sofa Maoli, design Fabrizio Zappa. Among the new products that will be presented there are several models of tables conceived by renowned designers, including Patricia Urquiola with Canal characterized by a central iron space and Fabio Novembre with In Punta di Piedi, characterized by two dancer’s legs, Decant, a lively series of design tables design Baldessari e Baldessari, Mesa rigorous table design Motomi Kawakami. Two new round tables will also be proposed: Pandanus, design by the Australian landscaper Jamie Durie and Miya, design Setsu and Shinobu Ito.
To celebrate Eurocucina, the company presents GranGusto, an oversized semi-professional kitchen designed by Marc Sadler and result of the collaboration with Cosentino, whose attraction pole is a central island made of a self-supporting staggered wooden slab on a steel foot. The profitable cooperation with Automobili Lamborghini continues and Karim Rashid, designs 2 new sideboards for the Authentic Living collection: one, Inkline conceived for the living and the other one, Rivar, conceived for the office. The couple Giuliano and Gabriele Cappelletti offers the Heritage modular sofa, the comfortable Noblé leather armchair and the Eye cedar bench.
The collection of stools has been enhanced with several new pieces: Tak design Michele Tavano along with the ever-present cedar stools, such as Ellisse, design Alessia Galimberti and Sergio Bizzarro, Sparacuori design Marco Baxadonne, InSieme design Marc Sadler presented in the “Vulcano” finish, Duo design Marco Boga and Etrurio, design Mario Cucinella, conceived for the architecture exhibition Biennale of Venice. The three new products presented at IMM Cologne will obviously be displayed: the Avant walk-in closet, the extendable Prime table and the Cambusa Glass wine cabinet.