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One Towel HolderSingle Towel Holder One Towel Holder

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€ 49,00

One Towel HolderDouble Towel Holder One Towel Holder

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€ 112,00

One Towel HolderBath Towel Rack One Towel Holder

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€ 268,00

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The colors displayed, for technical reasons, are indicative and may differ from the actual finish. The price may vary in relation to the category / finish chosen. Contact us to receive a personalized quotation.
ChromedChromed
Matt WhiteMatt White
Matt BlackMatt Black
Brushed NickelBrushed Nickel
BronzeBronze
Golden 24 CaratsGolden 24 Carats
Black Brushed ChromeBlack Brushed Chrome
Glossy Pink GoldenGlossy Pink Golden


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Inda
Among the leading companies in the field of Made in Italy bathroom furniture, Inda is a consolidated industrial reality able to make research and innovation its true strengths. The company is divided into three business divisions: one is dedicated to the bathroom furniture, with versatile solutions, stylistically impeccable and affordable; one relating to the world of shower walls, with a great variety in the offer to adapt easily to any pre-existing architectural situation; and a third entirely focused on the world of bathroom accessories, from towel racks to soap holders, from mirrors to lamps.Read more

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Matteo Thun

Matteo Thun
Matteo Thun (1952-) is one of the leading names in contemporary design and architecture in Italy. He was born in Bolzano into a family of ceramic entrepreneurs (whose company Thun spa, led by his younger brother Peter for decades, is now experiencing years of great success thanks to a shrewd franchising policy). Matteo Thun was for many years one of Ettore Sottsass's closest collaborators, with whom he founded the Memphis collective in 1981, the culmination of the great parable of Radical Design. His creations dating back to that period are marked by the extravagance and experimentation that characterized the whole movement, with a look of great interest and respect for the styles of the past. In 1985, a year after leaving Sottsass Associati, in his manifesto "The Baroque Bauhaus", he encourages colleagues to shy away from the incessant search for novelties that are always similar to themselves and to further enhance the legacies of the past. His style undergoes an evolution, approaching a timeless formal need, which can be found in his creations for brands such as Riva 1920, Artemide, Ethimo, Panzeri, Baxter, Dornbracht and many others. In 2001 he founded the Matteo Thun & Partners studio and also began an important international activity as an architect, centered above all on the luxury hotel sector.Read more