Best Bathroom Inspirations Seen at Maison et Objet 2020: this event presents the newest innovations in interior design and the most amazing brands. But more than a big furniture display, Maison et Objet comes with a fresh set of inspirations and trends for this new year. Check here some top companies present in the tradeshow, as well as some great furniture ideas for your bathroom space!
antoniolupi its a Italian company that works in bathroom luxury furniture market.
antoniolupi tailor makes everything for the bathroom: furniture (currently divided up in 10 collections), sanitary-ware, bathtubs, taps, mirrors and lighting, shower trays and enclosures, overhead showers, radiators, accessories and furnishings.
Although this incredible mirror collection by Antonio Lupi is all about the wall pieces, there is a version that can also be adapted to a floor mirror. It can be installed individually or coupled in two or more elements, and with or without lighting designs. With Spicchio collection, you can create unique scenarios for your bathroom project, in which mand and his look become the protagonists together with the elements that define the space.
Vortice is the new free standing Carrara marble sink designed by Paolo Ulian for antoniolupi. A new project that is part of the research traced with Intreccio (2018) to deepen the theme of contemporary matter, to investigate the complex dialogue between immobility and dynamism, between solidity and lightness, between reality and appearance.
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Following on from its Albume collection, made from coloured Cristalmood, the company has now introduced Opale and Vitreo.
The name Opale directly refers to the geometry and the infinite reflections offered by precious stones. It is available made entirely from translucent Cristalmood or entirely from marble, such as Bianco Carrara marble or Nero Maquina. Opale is even offered in a combination of marble pedestal and Cristalmood basin.
Ex.t choosed again Maison&Objet to unveil its new products. Successfully launched last year in Paris, Nouveau collection is enriched with a bathtub and a shower system, confirming the synergy of the Florentine brand with designers duo Paola Vella and Ellen Bernhardt. 2020 is a year of experimentation and exploration of new languages for Ex.t, which introduces a new excellent collaboration with Marcante-Testa study, resulting in a new collection: Frieze.
Aesthetically exuberant, full of color, and with a strong architectural imprint, Frieze aims to expand further the offer of Ex.t catalogue, that last year had already distinguished itself with a touch of poetry and emotion thanks to Nouveau collection. Both Nouveau and Frieze, albeit with different aesthetic languages, reflect the core idea of Ex.t bathroom: a modular, versatile and functional environment able to transform and renew itself continuously following the trends of contemporary living.
Frieze the new collection of washbasins and bathroom accessories designed by Marcante-Testa for Ex.t. Inspired by “entablatures” series by Roy Lichtenstein, the project is articulated through different levels of signs, materials and colours where the washbasin stars as central element of the bathroom to organize the accessory elements. The architectural approach of the designers involves the entire spatial dimension of the bathroom: the position of the sink is defined from a central wall strip, the upper and a lower part of the wall can be covered in different materials, creating space to install the mirror, shelves, furniture and towel hooks. Featuring three washbasins Frieze
One High, Frieze One Low and Frieze Two Lined, along with various accessories, it offers a very versatile system both spatially and stylistically. The combination of different shapes, colours, finishes and materials allows a lot of unique and original combinations.
Freely inspired by the Art Déco of early 20th century Nouveau collection – featuring washbasins, containers mirrors and accessories – gets richer in 2020 with new elements: a bathtub and a shower system.
The bathtub shows the same sinuous and geometric lines of the entire collection. Its small size and circular shape includes a detail that, just like in the washbasins, is both decorative and functional.