Design Seen: Effegibi

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Borello di Cesena, Italy
Effegibi enlisted the Milan-based architect Rodolfo Dordoni to help give a sleek silhouette to its latest hammam. The steam room, named Topkapi (starting at $44,000), is the first from the company to be available for residential installation, and it consists of marble, teak, and tempered glass. Four sizes enable the unit to fit a range of spaces, and a touchpanel lets the user adjust the steam and temperature, as well as the chromotherapy options. +39.0547.372881, www.effegibi.it

 

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