Antoniolupi presents Cartesio

Cartesio is the new modular system from Antoniolupi designed to personalize the bathroom in a consistent and unique way

Antoniolupi presents Cartesio, the new modular system consisting of seat and back elements that can be combined in various positions and sizes to create elegant and unique custom compositions in every area of the bathroom. Cartesio systems are defined by essential and absolute shapes that can be integrated in the shower space and any other area of the bathroom.

Cartesio represents domestic micro-architecture

Designed by AL Studio per Antoniolupi, Cartesio modules can be used to create diverse compositions in terms of size and materials. Ideal to accommodate countertop washbasins, lifting them from the ground, they also offer a scenic backdrop that enhances the volumes of the basin, thus helping to define a domestic micro-architecture with balanced proportions, solids and voids, foregrounds, and perspective backdrops.

Cartesio’s versatility is extended to the washbasin area, where facial care accessories and other personal items can be easily and functionally placed, lending elegance and perfection to the bathroom.

Monoliths, materials, shades

Cartesio monoliths can be customized depending on the project and available spaces, and include benches, shelves and volumes in Bianco Carrara or Rosso Levanto marble whose precious and ever-changing shades dialogue with the sharp surfaces of the glass and the pure lines of the profiles.

The elements that furnish the shower area amplify its functionality and expand the modes of use. For example, the benches make it possible to enjoy a pleasant moment of relaxation while also sitting, which is quite uncommon in the shower space, while countertops and shelves, in niches or leaning against the wall, meet practical needs with formal elegance and a consistent style.

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