From the very beginning, in the 70s, Rapsel carried forward its creative belief with consistency and determination. The company’s policy is to operate in the area of contemporary design, identifying objects with highly innovative content and great quality of aesthetics and form. Research is the basis of all projects. The bathroom design collections is addressed to a sophisticate public consisting of opinion leaders and consumers who lead to a stylish life and have good taste. Rapsel’s trend setting objects have great character and in some cases they have even been described as ‘cult objects’ of bathroom design. These have become essential reference points in the evolution of the way of living and its models. Just to give a very obvious example, the design approaches like those of Starck and Shiro Kuramata, although very different and distant from each other, co- exist harmoniously in Rapsel’s catalogue. In fact, through the selection of the single projects, the real identity of the company emerges and becomes stronger. However these are not only objects of bathroom design and mere appearance, but they are functional and from the technical point of view perfectly made. They are a tangible sign of what the future of domestic design is going to be.
Also in the contract division, which has developed in last years, Rapsel confirms its desire to investigate into new shapes, technologies and materials in order to create atmospheres, to suggest sensations and welcome human beings in a space, the bathroom, which is becoming more important inside public areas. In fact Matteo Nunziati collections, Nami and Yume, are the expression of the careful project research which Rapsel has been following since the beginning.