Riva 1920, numerous proposals for a single, strong identity

The selection of proposals by Riva 1920 for Imm Cologne is developed through the alluring ambience of stands, a prelude to a glamorous journey through a loft style space featuring contemporary interiors, where solid wood craftsmanship is a precious keynote.

Starting with furnishing from the Authentic Living collection, made in collaboration with Automobili Lamborghini and designed by Karim Rashid, we have Klutch, the upholstered chair characterised by sinuous and enveloping forms, then there’s Speed, the table with a side support base. Then we have Klip, the desk characterised by oft and sinuous lines and Finesse, the bookcase with asymmetrical struts, and Dynamik, the sofa characterised by a  wooden frame and a shelf which runs along its entire perimeter.

Exclusive nuances are presented alongside classic walnut, oak and cedar, such as the finishing Vulcano (for cedar and oak) and Pigmented Milk White/ Ash Grey (for oak), as well as two original finishings: Total Black and Mystic Black, created from pigments oils and waxes in artisan processes based on the sustainable use of natural and organic substances.

There is no shortage of new products, such as the wine cabinet Cambusa Glass by Gabriele e Giuliano Cappelletti, the table Prime designed by C.R. & S. Riva 1920, available in fixed and extendible versions, and the Avant system, also by the latter, in its wardrobe and walk-in-wardrobe versions.

Some best sellers have been restyled, such as the Pandora Small sideboards by Gabriele and Giuliano Cappelletti and Rialto Fly by Giuliano Cappelletti, revisited in terms of size, the sideboard Linear and chair Mia, reinterpreted in the new Total Black finishing, the table Iron Light by Giovanna Azzarello, featuring a lighter base, and the stool series B-Color, featuring a mix of natural and Vulcano cedar.