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The Rivo collection by Scavolini Bathrooms, designed by Studio Castiglia Associati, is a complete bathroom furnishing programme. This furniture line, with door with 45° groove used for gripping and opening, is available in gloss and matt lacquered, melamine, lacquered melamine and veneered finishes, all with a large selection of colour variants. Base units come in two depths of 38 and 52 cm. The handle grooves, in the same finishes as the doors, are particularly striking. They maintain stylistic continuity with the aid of a side panel which closes the side of the unit and conceals the edge of the door. However, the wall and tall units and cupboards have square-edged doors opened by means of push-pull systems, or shaped bottoms. Rivo can be combined with 25 washbasins, surface-mounted or integrated into the unit tops, available in Cristalplant, mineralmarmo, glass, stone or porcelain, wall-hung or floor-mounted sanitary fittings, tap fittings, shower trays and cabins and bathtubs, not to mention mirrors, accessories and a line of 30 lighting systems. The project Scavolini Bathrooms offers a complete bathroom furnishing programme, with a very wide range of compositional options, comprising no less than 165 finishes, giving a total of more than 1,500 articles. Scavolini Bathrooms presents 6 furniture collections, under the art direction of Studio Castiglia Associati, which vary in the type and opening system of the doors: one with handle (in three versions), also available with curved door with a more traditional look, three with different handle groove systems (horizontal, vertical and inset), and one with frameless glass door, and last but not least a collection of tops including exclusive items with original, highly sophisticated forms. All the collections include drawers, pull-out baskets, wall units, horizontal and vertical cupboards and open-fronted units of varying depth. The common denominator is the exceptional modular compatibility, the wide assortment of finishes and colours and the painstaking attention to details. For example, the insides of units have the same finish as the doors: a feature which reflects the prioritisation of design values and the commitment to a truly exquisite effect. For the maximum personalisation in style and function, the line is completed by a large number of accessories: from the wooden internal partitions for drawers and pull-out baskets to the partitions for installation on tops or on walls, available in different versions, shapes and sizes. The 6 collections are now joined by the latest novelties for 2014: KI styled by Nendo, Baltimora and Magnifica designed by Gianni Pareschi