Fluidity in design and concept is the core value that sets the proposals of Antoniolupi at Maison&Objet Paris apart. In the elegant setting of the stand, the brand’s products are laid out with seeming nonchalance and formal delicacy in order to represent a production philosophy for appealing contemporary bathrooms.
The ideal expression of a soft, sinuous design is the new Ago85, a pedestal wash basin designed by Mario Ferrarini. The iconic shape, the thinness of the edge and the continuity of the lines reveals an organic DNA that softens the pure geometry. Made in Flumood, Ago85 emerges from the meeting of two vital forms – the circular basin and the cylindrical base tapering upwards – joined in a delicate connection between the two elements.
This new version expands the Ago collection, already made up of Ago3, an oval sunken wash basin, and the Ago4 tub in Ceramilux, which follows the shape of the washbasin, blending together the large curves and the sloping sides that rise from the base.
The Bespoke system designed by Carlo Colombo, on the other hand, is an anthem to compositional freedom and versatility. A modular system that includes furniture and containers (bases, wash basin tops, wall units and tall cupboards up to 210cm to create real wardrobes) intended for the bathroom, but not only there: beyond the traditional boundaries, perfect settings for the products can also be the living room or night area. For infinite design solutions.