INTERLUDE 6 By Rexa
Vanity unit / bathroom furniture set
Interlude 6 is a bathroom composition with Interlude sink unit with drawer in matt lacquered Grigio Luce. Top with Band integrated washbasin in Korakril™ Ice White. Shelf in the same material. Drop wall-mounted mixer group in satin nickel. Esperanto mirror with hooks with frame in Glacier White Corian®. Interlude wall elements in matt lacquer Grigio Luce. Bol sanitaryware in matt White ceramic. Interlude shelves in painted metal sheet Grigio, shelf and paper holder. Slim shower tray in Korakril™ Ice White with niche enclosure with sliding door in satin stainless steel and Extralight glass. Drop built-in mixer group and showerhead in satin nickel.
Interlude is a functional and rhythmic collection: a harmonious contrast created through the juxtaposition of solid and void, storage volumes and light shelves, notes and pauses, just like in a score. Light accessories alternate themselves to the volumes of furniture and wall hung backsplash that envelop the vanity, seemingly to create side shelves: short pauses in the continuity of the countertop. The collection stands out for spatial rhythm and harmony in striking compositions that amaze with storage and organization. Interlude cabinets are available in 3 different depths (36, 46 and 53 centimetres) with push-pull or recessed grip opening system and the chance to choose among 3 different handles, but also columns and wall units. Interlude broaden the room of wellness, making space for the laundry as well, creating a unique and harmonious place. Specific modules such as spacious columns and cabinets in dedicated depths can hold storage, appliances, laundry baskets and dedicated washbasins.
Interlude allows to combine different materials: 22 different shades of matt and glossy lacquered, 8 finishes of resin- and wooden- like melamine; it can be combined with other elements and colours from the other Rexa collections.
"Interlude is based on the concept of rhythm connecting horizontal and vertical modules, very useful and widely used, which are commonly isolated from each other and often forced to relate. Through its 'pauses', the shelves, Interlude creates an interesting and harmonious relationship between horizontal and vertical". Monica Graffeo, designe