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Parabola brings angled curves to bathrooms

The collection from washroom design brand Riobel includes taps with dramatic profiles and bold, modern finishes

In association with
Riobel Parabola three-hole basin mixer tap in Black.
Riobel Parabola three-hole basin mixer tap in Black.

Riobel’s award-winning Parabola bathroom taps and fixtures collection is characterised by geometric shapes and unique angles.

The collection draws inspiration from a parabolic surface - the only surface that can focus multiple elements into a single point.

The parabolic spout that gives the range its name emerges from a tubular sculpted body with a chamfered front, creating an original profile.

The Parabola range is comprehensive, covering most modern bathroom configurations, including bath and basin taps and mixers, shower fittings and matching accessories.

The signature piece is the Parabola freestanding bath/shower mixer. Matched to a contemporary freestanding bath, such as Victoria + Albert’s Barcelona tub, the Parabola is the perfect centrepiece for any luxury bathroom.

The Riobel Parabola bathroom range was winner of the Industrial Design Bathroom Product category at 2020's Montreal Grands Prix du Design awards. 

  • Riobel Parabola bath mixer tap in Black.
    Riobel Parabola bath mixer tap in Black.
  • Parabola overhead shower rose in Chrome.
    Parabola overhead shower rose in Chrome.
  • Parabola freestanding bath/shower mixer tap in Black with Victoria + Albert Barcelona bathtub.
    Parabola freestanding bath/shower mixer tap in Black with Victoria + Albert Barcelona bathtub.
  • Parabola shower set in Black.
    Parabola shower set in Black.
  • Parabola freestanding bath/shower mixer tap in Black.
    Parabola freestanding bath/shower mixer tap in Black.
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For more information and technical support, visit riobel.design

 

Contact:

01952 221100

sales@riobel.design


 

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