Timeless elegance and minimalism in two collections of the highest craftsmanship value

The most intimate room in the house is dressed in timeless elegance interpreted by skilful craftsmanship: it is the Dolcevita collection by Ideagroup, where the material is enhanced by the iconic, sinuous sign of the wavy surface of the containing elements.

A three-dimensional surface that creates suggestive plays of light and shadow in the space that animate it.

The restyling of Dolcevita starts from a rethinking of its modularity and the expansion of the material finishes: four new shades of oak essence (Bleached, Mink , Fumo, Mattone) are added to the Natural and Dark ones.

The processing of the marble washbasin top with double milling of the perimeter edge is introduced, which creates a new aesthetic sign with the characteristic drip-saving function.

For those who are instead looking for a minimalist and pure style, the collection Dogma is perfect, where the elements characterized by geometric lines are dressed in tactile materials, including oak essences, stoneware and marble, to give a natural effect.

Sophisticated materials that dialogue with the purity of dense, saturated and lively lacquered colours. The restyling of this line focuses on the revisitation of its modularity, expanding it, to give greater storage capacity and configurability to the needs of contemporary living.

Not only that, Dogma is enriched with new functional and decorative ideas, such as the Teorema handle and the Wall System, a modular wall paneling with a reduced depth.

The aluminum frame, a structural and aesthetic element, is tinged with metallic effects (Titanium, Gold and Copper), visually lightening the concept of configuration with a ground base or becoming a complementary graphic sign to the washbasin Dogma.

Cover photo: a composition from the Dogma collection with top with integrated washbasins in natural Taupé Piasentina stoneware and base units in natural Oak. On the wall, the new Modula shelf in black lacquer; Disenia shower enclosure with Blade tray in the same stoneware finish.