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Geometric compositions generate the new Formalia collection for the bathroom. Functional rigor designed by Vittore Niolu

Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu
Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu

Linear, regular geometric rhythms for the Formalia collection by Scavolini. An essential approach to design that perfectly matches the purity desired in the bath environment, the space for which the program has been created. Vittore Niolu, the designer behind the new offering, has revisited the canons applied in the line of products with the same name created for the kitchen and the living area, applying them to a solution that responds to the same needs of contemporary style and functional quality. The result is a total look for the home with a stylistic tone of minimalist elegance.   

Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu

The strong point of the collection, and its key of interpretation, is the profiled door on which to place the metal handle, triggering an initial, striking game of lines. The game continues in the storage modules – including open compartments – and extends to the wide range of accessories that enhance the setting: from trays (for independent use) in the Noce Garden finish, to the towel racks and object caddies; not to mention the mirrors, from the round Planet to the more angular Magneto with lights at the border.

The rigorous blend of vertical and horizontal segments reaches its height of expressive impact in the Status Wall System, based on the concept of “everything on view” for perfect spatial organization. Thanks to this architectural approach, the system can even be used as a divider. Another distinctive feature of this symmetrical composition is the foot, with knurled workmanship that adds lightness to the configurations.

Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu
Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu

The spatial rhythm generated by the collection is boosted by the available finishes: Scavolini has introduced a titanium finish that creates elegant chromatic connections between hanging cabinets, handles, bases and structures in the Status Wall System.

These elements can also opt for refined tones of black and rust, which together with the lacquer, patterned or recycled PET versions for the doors permit mixing and matching, leading to maximum personalization of the bath environment.

Formalia by Scavolini, Design Vittore Niolu