Cubik by Riccardo Gava, a restyling in the name of technology, sartorial elegance and design

Cubik is renewed and enriched with a new modularity and new finishes: fossil wood, antique oak and Cadore oak, HPL, aluminum frames and glass. Cubik represents the essence of Ideagroup, the know-how of a firm combining technological and industrial expertise with a profound knowledge of materials and skills in craftsmanship. A path devoted to contemporary comfort linked to the individual dimension, where personalization plays a fundamental part: from the choice of the floor-mounted or suspended bathroom cabinets to that of the finishes. The range of proposals is extended with precious natural materials such as ancient fossil wood (over 6,000 years old), Ancient Oak or Cadore Oak for the fronts with 45-degree edges, or innovative such as ecological eco-mortars and HPL Unicolor laminates in new hues with high surface resistance. The fronts with 45 degree aluminum frames and applied glass are in black and stainless steel finish; the glass is available in 40 gloss and 40 etched colors. The furniture in the collection is characterized by the closure of doors and drawers at 45 degrees on all sides, while the sink can be recessed and customized.

At a glance

What is it?
Cubik is a collection of bathroom furniture enriched with precious new finishes.
What is the design concept?
It was created to enhance the sartorial treatment of wood and eco-mortar, with 45-degree cuts also on aluminum frames.
How is it made?
It is made using timber (fossil wood, natural wood), Corian®, unicolor HPL laminates, eco-mortar, etched glass, lacquered, Stopsol, matt, gloss and soft touch lacquers.
How is it produced and where?
Craftsmanship of the materials is combined with the logic of industrial processes and the collection is made entirely in Italy.
How is it manufactured?
It is underpinned by technological and industrial skills combined with a deep knowledge of materials and skill in craftsmanship.
What makes it special?
Essentially the personalization and processing of fossil essences
What is it like?
Modular, contemporary, rational.