Marc Sadler


A kitchen in solid wood and plywood, resulting from collaboration with Dekton by Cosentino, Wolf, and SubZero.

The main attraction in this semi-professional, oversize kitchenis the central island made with a cantilevered wooden board on an iron base, the latter specially shaped to contain a serie sof stools that can be stowed and pulled out.

Another particular feature is the structure above, with the dual function of providing lighting and storing glasses, the light reflecting through the glass to create a suggestive effect. Extra elements are the two blocks, one of which traditional. One has a wooden head for working with meat, and the other is in the“French” style, with a drawer and knife block, functioning as awork island.The counter is in Dekton, a sophisticated blend of the finest raw materials used in glass production, ceramic materials, and top-quality quartz.

Tradition and high-level carpentry are perfectly wedded to the modernity of both hot and cold food preparation equipment (Wolf and SubZero); it is the kitchen for those who truly love the culture of fine cuisine and good living.


Marc Sadler


French citizen born in Austria, Marc Sadler has lived and worked in France, North America, Asia and Italy. One of the first graduates in “esthétique industrielle” at the ENSAD in Paris with a thesis on plastics, he was a pioneer in experimentation on the different materials and contamination between technologies, which have become distinctive aspects of his work.

At the beginning of the seventies, he’s perfected the first ski-boot in thermoplastic material completely recyclable, subsequently commercialized by the Italian firm Caber. Today, thanks to his eclecticism, he’s a consultant for a wide range of industry companies. Awarded 4 times with the Compasso d’Oro by ADI, the Industrial Design Association, (1994, 2001, 2008 e 2014) his work has won many international design awards over the years. 


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Natural Living

Each purchaser that buys a Riva 1920 product will receive as a gift a small plant, upon request, to return the favour to nature that originally produced the wood used for the production of the piece of furniture purchased.


Picture is for presentation purposes only, therefore it could be not perfectly representative.
Packaging in wooden crate has been replaced with packaging in recycled carton for a lower impact on the environment.

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