The modern-day, synthesis of the conventional bathroom environment, the beams of Rigo, with their minimal design, transform into an opportunity to lay the washbasin and its accessories on.
Presented during the Milan Design Week 2019, Rigo is available in black anodized, matte white (RAL 9003) or light grey (RAL 7044) aluminium. The system can have two supports, for lengths from 120 to 180 cm, or three, for lengths from 200 to 300 cm. In both variants, the supports have a fixed distance from the end of the bars.
Rigo, in addition to the structure, includes a series of accessories, trays and tops that can be combined with the Lariana over-countertop washbasins, oval or round, both in Cristalplant® and in marble to satisfy every functional and aesthetic requirement.
Support structure for washbasin and accessories consisting of two parallel joined bars, fixed on the wall. Created in black satin-finish anodised aluminium or lacquered in white (RAL9003), light grey (RAL7044) or in other RAL colours on request (with a 15% surcharge), it has a minimum length of 120 cm and a maximum length of 300 cm. There are two or three supports depending on the length. The distance of the supports from the ends of the structure is 31.5 cm (at the centre of the support). The third support is always at the centre of the structure, therefore equidistant from the two supports on either side.
Washbasin or tray support top made of white Carrara or green Alpi marble to fix to the Rigo structure. The washbasin countertop can be positioned along the entire length of the structure and oval or round Lariana washbasins can be positioned on this, (see section 2, pages 2.20-2.21), in compliance with the sizes indicated in the diagrams. The tap cannot be placed on the countertop. The tray can be freely positioned between the two aluminium bars. The resting surface is 85 mm from the upper structure edge.
Wooden trays in various sizes and finishes to accessorise the Rigo structure. Two trays with the same depth and two different widths to be fixed directly and freely to the structure, while a third tray can be placed on the countertop. The trays are made of solid oak with natural, brown or dark oak finish or in reconstituted wood with teak finish or open pore painted in green pine (RAL6028) or pastel turquoise (RAL6034). The trays are made to hold the various elements which make up the Puzzle series (sect. 12).
Patricia Urquiola studied architecture and design at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Technical University of Madrid) and completed her studies at the Politecnico di Milano (Technical University of Milan) where graduated under the mentorship of Achille Castiglioni. In Spain, she was awarded the Golden Medal for Merits in Art and received the Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic.In 2001 she founded her own studio where she specialised in industrial product design, architecture (hotel trade, retail, homes, exhibitions and installations), art direction and strategy consulting.Show more
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