Opale and Vitreo are the collections of washbasins through which Antonio Lupi continues its research, started with Albume collection, on the potential of coloredCristalmood and its ability to dialogue with natural materials that have always been in the company’s DNA. Join My Design Agendaand discover everything about his latest collection.
The name refers explicitly to geometry and the infinite reflections of precious stones, the unique magic of nature invades the bathroom in a continuous cross-reference between material, surfaces and refined chromatism. The chromatic aspect of the collection is interpreted through the 10 colors in whichCristalmood is proposed and the combination of the translucent shades with the uniqueness of the unrepeatable signs and veins of Bianco Carrara Marble or Nero Marquina.
The translucent basin seems to be supported with security and solidity when coupled with the marble pedestal, while, the suspended sensation generated by an opaque volume supported by a translucent pedestal amplifies the magic of the collection. All the versions proposed are characterized by a timeless image, by a perfect geometric and proportional balance which refers to the classic beauty of the architectural elements and that over the centuries have handed down the archetypal shapes of architecture.
The washbasin is available in the new decagonal shape or in the more traditional round shape, in the top mount version, and it is always perfectly matching with other products by Antonio Lupi. The same is also available as a freestanding pedestal washbasin that can be either cylindrical or prismatic.
Like Opale collection, but a single Cristalmood block that seamlessly expresses all the elegance of the material and the classic geometry of the sink shapes. Vitreous available in 10 colors and it is able to fit different refined styles contexts. It is also providing a sense of brightness to the space thanks to the infinite reflections generated by the dialogue with the architectural elements, surfaces, and furnishings that compose it
A decagonal shape, a characteristic image that does not take out the leading role of water, rather it enhances it because the sight of the primordial element that is collected in the large basin changes the perception of the sink as a whole. Vitreo is a rediscovered gem that embellishes the center of the room. It is the element that attracts the eye and expresses the contemporary approach to the project by Antonio Lupi.