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The house according to antoniolupi

The house according to antoniolupi

Salone 2023 marked a new chapter for antoniolupi as it introduced the new holistic furniture collection, Atelier, designed for every room in the home.

antoniolupi once again recontextualise the scope of bathroom design in contemporary life with the presentation of atelier_antoniolupi; a collection of furniture designed to transform the domestic landscape into a fluid space free from boundaries. Harmony and elegance are two cornerstones of the collection, with each individual piece contributing to a dialogue of unity throughout the home.

Ginevra Bed with Bedside Bench.

CEO and art director Andrea Lupi is ecstatic about the new direction. “This change of course reminds me of when in 1995 I decided to create the first design collection in the world of bathroom furniture, completely turning the sector upside down. Today I face this project with the strong awareness of an entrepreneur who has been working on the front lines for more than 40 years.”

TLR Bed by Gumdesign.

Atelier includes an impressive diversity of luxury furniture and designs, spanning from sofas and beds to sideboards and seats. The project’s unique mood and curated essence was crafted by designers who have a strong connection and history with antoniolupi: Carlo Colombo and Gumdesign.

Ginevra Bedside Bench.

Colombo rose to the challenge immediately, drawn to the interesting role-reversal of the bathroom taking over the bedroom rather than the classic scenario whereby the living room or bedroom overruns the bathroom space. “The result is a family of products, a dozen in all, consistent with the company’s philosophy. The fil rouge that distinguishes them all is colour, which has always been a key protagonist for [antoniolupi]. These products have the ability to become almost hybrid objects that adapt to different spaces in the home.”

Charlie Bed.

Colombo’s contribution to the collection includes the Sofi bed, Ginevra bed, the Charlie bed and more. The Charlie bed represents antoniolupi’s journey of transcendence, leaving the boundaries of the bathroom behind to imbue the living areas of the home with antoniolupi’s characteristic elegance and style. Designed around two pure geometric figures, a rectangular bed frame and trapezoidal headboard, the Charlie Bed has a dynamic presence.

Sofi Bed.

Sofi bed features a sleek ‘Brill’ aluminium frame that gives a feeling of lightness and elegance. The headboard continues this design language, featuring rounded corners that soften the bed’s overall image. Ginevra bed, accompanied by a bedside bench, has an aristocratic allure. A wafer-thin metal profile underlines the base of both the bed and bench designs. This sits in stark contrast to the grandeur of the mattress and bench above – overall giving the appearance the Ginevra is floating in air.

Ginevra Bed with Bedside Bench.

The Atelier collection holds a unique mood with a strong identity which unites the entire living space under a banner of elegance. This home harmony initiates a revolution in the bathroom furniture sector, where the boundaries of possibility are ever extending. Learn more about the evolution of bathroom design with antoniolupi.

For more information on the Atelier Collection visit antoniolupi or contact info@antoniolupidesign.com.au.



Charlie Bed detail.
Sofi Bed detail.


Juliet Taylor is one of the leading content writers for Indesign Media Asia Pacific where she publishes weekly research articles across multiple platforms. She graduated from the Australian National University in 2021, with a strong portfolio of academic writing as well as writing for entertainment. Her specialty is in media and philosophy, though she shares a passion for interior design with the Indesign Media conglomerate. Her work with Indesign Media covers a broad range of subjects including interior design trends, architectural advancements, materials and the evolution of modern construction, products and processes for a healthier home, and the proper care of flora. Juliet writes for both residential and commercial audiences and over the past year working with Indesign Media has produced research articles in the hundreds for architects and interior design enthusiasts alike.