Rivoli by Venis

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With its immaculate white shades and subtle grey veins, the Rivoli Series from Venis fits in with all design styles, particularly settings furnished in a more minimalist manner.

Marble is often also used in classic settings with a predominance of gold, black or copper, combined with large pieces of furniture with curved edges.

Rivoli is inspired by Carrara marble, quarried in Tuscany’s Apuan Alps in the place that lends this stone its name. A marble famous for its snow-white colour, it was used by sculptor, architect and painter Michelangelo to make most of his sculptures.

Rivoli’s immaculate purity is perfect for creating contrasts and for smaller settings, where it lends them an added spaciousness.

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Rivoli by Venis

With its immaculate white shades and subtle grey veins, the Rivoli Series from Venis fits in with all design styles, particularly settings furnished in a more minimalist manner.

Marble is often also used in classic settings with a predominance of gold, black or copper, combined with large pieces of furniture with curved edges.

Rivoli is inspired by Carrara marble, quarried in Tuscany’s Apuan Alps in the place that lends this stone its name. A marble famous for its snow-white colour, it was used by sculptor, architect and painter Michelangelo to make most of his sculptures.

Rivoli’s immaculate purity is perfect for creating contrasts and for smaller settings, where it lends them an added spaciousness.

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Rivoli by Venis

With its immaculate white shades and subtle grey veins, the Rivoli Series from Venis fits in with all design styles, particularly settings furnished in a more minimalist manner.

Marble is often also used in classic settings with a predominance of gold, black or copper, combined with large pieces of furniture with curved edges.

Rivoli is inspired by Carrara marble, quarried in Tuscany’s Apuan Alps in the place that lends this stone its name. A marble famous for its snow-white colour, it was used by sculptor, architect and painter Michelangelo to make most of his sculptures.

Rivoli’s immaculate purity is perfect for creating contrasts and for smaller settings, where it lends them an added spaciousness.

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Request price / brochure
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