Production time: 8 WeeksProduction time: 8 Weeks
The Rever swing door by TREP + bears the signature of one of the great historical names of Italian design: the architect Cini Boeri, one of the first female names to establish itself decisively in the world of design. The Rever door is proposed as a luxury product dedicated to high-standing environments with a modern cut, an aspect emphasized by the bright glossy polyester lacquer (available in a wide range of colors) and the slightly rounded vertical edge of the door. In addition to the traditional single-door version, Rever is also available in a double-door variant, capable of gracefully closing even large openings.
Available in several configurations
Salvioni Design Solutions delivers all around the world. The assembly service is also available by our teams of specialized workers.
Each product is tailor-made for the personal taste and indications of the customer in a customized finish and that is why the production time may vary according to the chosen product.
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The Tre-P company was born in Brianza from a carpentry tradition that since the end of the 19th century has been able to maintain its values of quality and innovation high. The three Ps of the name emphasize the absolute protagonists of the production: doors, partitions and panels. From the 90s Tre-P became Tre più, a natural evolution of the brand but also its legitimate successor aimed at reviving its history, tradition and decades of know-how. Today the brand is called Trep +. The + suggests that there is more, something beyond which to aspire and towards which strive to bring forward not only the best of the design quality, but also the compositional quality of Tre P, giving life to unique works destined to last over time.Read more
Cini Boeri (1924-2020) was one of the most prominent female figures in the history of Italian design. A curious and determined woman, thanks to her talent she managed to make her way in a traditionally male-dominated environment such as that of architecture. In the products she conceived and in her interior design projects, the human being always comes first: she was always looking for comfortable solutions for human needs, advocating a more informal lifestyle that favoured comfort and functionality. Her collaboration with Arflex was particularly fruitful and lasting, which also led her to victory in the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, but she had the opportunity to work with many of the most important Italian brands of her time: Fiam, Knoll, Poltrona Frau, Artemide, Fusital, Venini, Rosenthal and many others. He had three children, all destined for great success: Stefano, a famous architect author of projects such as Bosco Verticale in Milan, Tito, an important economist, who reached the top of institutions such as INPS, and Sandro, an appreciated journalist in the field of scientific divulgation.Read more