Category: Antonio Lupi
Characterized by their elegant frames, these new washstands reinterpret early 20th century designs for modern day bathrooms.
At this year’s Salone del Mobile, Italian brand Antonio Lupi presented it’s first kitchen project. LaCucina is the result of a year-long collaboration between architect Marco Casamonti and Andrea Lupi.
Earlier this year, Italian bathroom brand Antonio Lupi launched its first ever radiator design at bathroom and tile trade show Cersaie.
In these serene bathroom ceramic designs, traditional cobalt blue and white porcelain is reimagined for contemporary bathing spaces.
A new addition to Antonio Lupi‘s 2012 Strappo collection, Silenzio is a washbasin that can be seamlessly integrated into the wall.
The trouble with many modern and minimalist bathroom concepts is that they overlook the sheer amount of products and accessories that accumulate in the bathroom. In magazine images, clean white surfaces are impossibly tidy with no trace of clutter. In reality, we need the surface space to store toiletries, the towels or even a little […]
With its Exelen line of bathroom furnishings by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, Italian bathroom brand Antonio Lupi wanted to create an flexible line of bathroom fittings and furniture. The idea being that the collection’s washbasins, bathtubs, showers, mirrors, and horizontal and vertical cupboards can be arranged into a variety of compositions to suit any bathroom space.