The research conducted by Scavolini, thanks to the partnership with Fabio Novembre, has resulted in an innovative project that looks to the near future, reinventing its past: introducing Dandy Plus.
On the one hand, the shapes of Dandy Plus recall the historic best-selling Scavolini model from the Eighties (specifically, Dandy), but on the other it reveals itself to be a clear tribute to Italian design, characterised by distinguishing features, soft curves and bright colours.
The new Gym Space system furnishes the setting in an organised and functional manner without forgetting well-being.
If elegance is reflected in the details, in the extensive search for functionality and in the harmony of the silhouettes, the new Libra collection by Scavolini – design by Vuesse – is the perfect e
Technology, clean-cut lines, flexibility and stylistic research: these are the features of Lumina, the new Scavolini kitchen designed by Vuesse.
Mia by Carlo Cracco
The keyword is professionalism for a unique project which brings the features of a "great kitchen" to your home.
Diesel Misfits Bathroom_Preview
The Diesel Misfits Bathroom is the bathroom version of the new collection by Scavolini in partnership with Diesel Living.
BoxLife is designed to accommodate the increasingly topical need for dynamic settings capable of adapting and hiding away depending on momentary requirements.
Choosing Formalia means standing out, keeping up with current trends: it means enhancing the value of your bathroom, in a sophisticated way.
Diesel Get Together Kitchen_Preview
The Diesel Get Together Kitchen is the all-new kitchen project by Scavolini in partnership with Diesel Living.
A sophisticated kitchen with a truly contemporary modularity: 80 cm high base units and a 7 cm plinth, a recessed aluminium profile cut at a 40° angle for an easier grip, two different types of re
Dandy Plus Bathroom
The research conducted by Scavolini, thanks to the partnership with Fabio Novembre, has resulted in an innovative project that looks to the near future, reinventing its past: introducing Dandy Plus