For over 70 years, the name Fantini has been synonymous with contemporary bathroom and kitchen fittings that meet the highest demands in terms of quality and aesthetics. The connection with water is in the DNA of this family-run Italian company: With its roots in Piemonte, Fantini has always been shaped by the picturesque landscape of Lake Orta, where creativity is given free rein. Daniela Fantini puts heart and soul into managing the company and thus protects its values: With ongoing investment in current technologies, this longstanding manufacturer boasts sustainable production and creates high-quality fittings that score points on every level. The product range thus includes diverse collections resulting from decades of experience, technical expertise, future-oriented manufacturing processes and collaborations with renowned designers. Fantini is also the sole kitchen and bathroom fittings manufacturer to be a member of the exclusive Fondazione Altagamma, which aims to launch outstanding products that represent the “Made in Italy” label to very best effect.
Fantini’s headquarters are located in Pella on the shore of Lake Orta, at the heart of a region that has been known and valued as a metalworking area for centuries. Right next to the company’s offices stands the five-star boutique hotel “Casa Fantini” – an urban resort that harmoniously combines the virtues of landscape and architecture with hospitality and a love of detail. In this perfect setting, guests and visitors can try out the high-quality Fantini fixtures for themselves. What’s more, they can also view the fascinating manufacturing process behind products such as “Milano” by Franco Sargiani, “Icona” by Vincent Van Duysen and “AA/27” by Michael Anastassiades. The three series stand as examples from the extensive range the Fantini collection offers clients, along with its innovation, technical expertise and diverse design approaches ranging from classic to progressive. Hence, “Milano” represents a stylish mixer faucet for sinks, boasting a cylindrical lever and a rectangular, discreetly shaped outflow, while “Icona” brings soft, sensuous-seeming lines with a broad range of variations, and “AA/27” surprises with fittings consisting of two separate components – faucet and regulator – that are connected in turn by a third, horizontally fitted cylindrical element.