Rimadesio produces systems for sub-dividing environments and for the architectural definition of internal spaces. Doors, sliding panels, shelving units, walk-in wardrobes and a collection of complementary furniture: an offer which is constantly increasing in size and which is forever evolving its style. Linear and concrete designs wherein the simplicity of a concept is expressed through an exceptional level of technical competence. Highly-stylised objects, made to guarantee a superb look, but which still lend themselves to daily life, to a natural use that corresponds to the concept of contemporary living advanced by the company.
Glass, which is a pure and ecological material, plays the most important part in the collection. All work on it is carried out entirely in the company's production department, this being possible as a result of a technical know-how gained over 50 years' experience in this field.
Rimadesio' s aim is to continue to develop its own design culture and production technology in order to be able to offer functionally innovative ideas which are exclusive from an aesthetic point of view and can ensure maximum reliability over time.
Since 2013, Rimadesio is member of ADI, the Association for the Industrial Design. Founded in 1956, ADI is an international reality, respresenting today one of the main meeting points between designers, companies and academia related to design.
Through its annual publication ADI Design Index, the Association collects the best Italian design every year, selected by the permanent Observatory of Design ADI. The Rimadesio collection has been awarded of the prestigious acknowledgement three times over the years.
Since 1962 ADI also manages the Compasso d'Oro Award, the first acknowledgement in Europe in the design field, created in 1954 following an idea of Gio Ponti.
Supporter of a culturally-aware project design, ADI joins more than 1000 members, whose values are inspired by ethical responsibility towards people, society and the environment, aimed at affecting the techniques, technology and industrial cycles, in order to boost research, sustainable innovation and new aesthetic values.