Categories: Bath / SanitaryBathroom furnitureBathroom furniture systems
Product description

A wide and articulated program in its simplicity, a series of furniture with a clean and rigorous design that offers multiple possibilities of combinations thanks to the use of very few elements. Atelier, the series of furniture with essential lines designed by Mario Ferrarini, and with a decorative element in the door that enhances the composition.

The door is composed of an aluminum profile with a wooden front which, depending on how it is positioned inside the profile, creates a groove or handle donating a graphic sign to the composition.

The handle can be placed horizontally, totally or partially, with respect to the rest of the furniture, but also placed along the vertical sides or even "frame" the four sides allowing you to customize a domestic micro-architecture and giving depth to the surface.

Available in all wood types and in the full range of antoniolupi lacquered colors, Atelier is a tailored collection, inspired by the company's DNA, based on a combination of modules in various sizes.

Trendy nuances, sophisticated and elegant colors that allow you to create refined compositions and sophisticated color combinations. antoniolupi has developed an unprecedented palette made up of six new lacquers available in matt, embossed and glossy finish. Six colors to interpret the mood of contemporary interior design, from warm to cooler colors perfect for enhancing volumes and giving depth to the geometry of furniture collections.

Veneziano, Pompeiano, Vino, Profondo Blu, Vespa and Lambretta are the names of the new shades that explicitly refer to some of the most important Italian excellences. From the technical knowledge related to the stucco and wall decorations, to the wine and food references to the colors of the motor industry and the two-wheel world in particular. Names that recall the typical Italian "know-how", proposals that enrich An existing wide range of colors that are enhanced by the luminous reflections in the glossy finish or that draw perfectly homogeneous backgrounds in the matt finish.

Antonio Lupi, Italy

Mario Ferrarini