Roberto Lazzeroni’s ILBAGNO collection for antoniolupi adds a humanistic touch to contemporary bathrooms, while respecting the DNA of the longstanding company established in the 1950s.
21 October, 2015
Top Image: ILBAGNO
Over the years, the bathroom has become an important space within the home. No longer used simply for the sake of fulfilling basic needs, the bathroom is also an enjoyable place where individuals can unwind after a long day. With that in mind, antoniolupi continues to create distinctive bathroom collections that go beyond mere functionality.
The ILBAGNO collection designed by Roberto Lazzeroni is a fine example. Characterised by sleek lines and soft corners, ILBAGNO is a romantic take on antoniolupi classics, fusing rich materials and high quality finishing. All products are customisable and 100 per cent made in Italy. A distinctive language is created with the use of solid American walnut and colour lacquer, lending a warm and tactile touch.
The collection may be complemented with the LUXOR mirror, which sports beveled lines. Coloured and silvered glass frames are available in fumé, bronzo, rosè, blu and acquamarina.
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