new antoniolupi collaborations and collections at salone del mobile 2022
Renowned for transfiguring bathroom environments into liveable spaces, antoniolupi extends beyond the limits of the archetype to refine any space in the home. The Italian brand’s concept of beauty realizes elegant fittings for interiors, not solely the bathroom. New collections and exclusive collaborations are revealed during Milan Design Week 2022, reuniting with the creators of much-love designs like Carlo Colombo and Gumdesign, and debuting novelties from famed architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas. Explore beyond the bathroom with antoniolupi at Salone del Mobile 2022 at S.Project space, Hall 13 Stand A07 B18.
The antoniolupi Ofuro designed by Carlo Colombo debuts at Salone del Mobile 2022
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antoniolupi gives life to spaces and atmospheres. Salone del Mobile 2022 sets the ideal stage for visitors to be immersed in the settings. A very large exhibition space stimulates the senses through new collections and collaborations. Each exemplifies the balance of forms, excellence of materials and tactility of the surfaces, unique details and refined colors. The novelties showcase the Italian brand’s desire to go further with design, interiors and well-being.
The built-in or freestanding bathtub welcomes the bather through a lowered edge at the front
Ofuro designed by carlo colombo
The first novelty of antoniolupi’s at Salone del Mobile 2022 is Ofuro designed by Carlo Colombo. The built-in or freestanding bathtub is a contemporary form inspired by and celebrating the ancient ritual of the Japanese bath. The large sculpture is seemingly made from a single block, either worked by a skilled crafter or eroded over time by the natural force of water. The design pairs straight lines and sharp edges in coexistence with soft shapes and curved surfaces. Users are invited in through the lowered edge at the front.
Gumdesign creates the discrete, elegant Letteramuta shelving system
Letteramuta created by gumdesign
Gumdesign created the Letteramuta as a discrete, elegant shelving system for the home. Its design references architecture, specifically the construction elements used in steel supporting systems. The shelf functions throughout the house, not just the bathroom. It can be used to display all products for face, hair or body care near the sink or adjacent to the bathtub. It can even be integrated into a convenient towel holder. A central groove is added if used in the shower area so that water flows off the shelf.
The design can display products and be integrated into a convenient towel holder
Bemade guardaroba designed by carlo colombo
The Bemade Guardaroba expands the Bemade collection of wardrobes designed by Carlo Colombo in 2020. Rigorous yet sophisticated in accents, the design has an intrinsic beauty of balance. There are refined chromatic combinations of surfaces and its frame as well as an interplay of full and empty spaces when shelves are left exposed or closed. The new units carry all the characteristics of the original project but are updated in size and proportions. The modifications mean the design fits into every room of the home now.
Carlo Colombo expands the Bemade collection with the Bemade Guardaroba wardrobe
Wave designed by doriana and massimiliano fuksas
Last but not least, a brand new collaboration sees renowned architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas create the Wave. The design reveals a freestanding sink noted for its sinuous, enveloping shapes. The novelty is on show at Salone del Mobile 2022 at S.Project space, Hall 13 Stand A07 B18.