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Rexa presents the Cava bathtub: a sculptural element modeled from a single block of marble.

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Rexa presents the Cava bathtub: a sculptural element modeled from a single block of marble. it has been modified: 2024-05-08 di Vincenti Volonté Communication

La Cava bathtub, designed by Studio Monica Graffeo and presented during the recent Milan Design Week, takes inspiration from the amphora, a memory shape designed to contain water, combined with an ancient and precious material such as marble.

Its essence takes shape from a single block of marble, excavated and modeled to give life to an element with a strong sculptural value, solid and timeless, but at the same time soft and sinuous in lines. An object which, thanks to its scenic importance, the quality of the workmanship and the material, becomes the fulcrum of the bathroom, the protagonist of well-being.

Cava is an expression of elegance and materiality and is offered in marble Carrara, Nero Marquina, Verde Alpi and others Red Levanto, the latter introduced at the Fuorisalone 2024: the research and culture of materials is in fact an identity focus of Rexa which was reaffirmed with the introduction of this marble coming from the Ligurian Riviera, characterized by the unmistakable dark red colour, at times tending purple, with long and few white and green veins.

Cava fully represents Rexa's identity where refinement and aesthetic elegance blend with functionality, to enhance the bathroom which becomes one living space, an intimate, sensorial and practical environment, which is linked to the enveloping and warm perceptions that come from the Earth.

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