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The brand Antonio Lupi has promised a couple of surprises for this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan. They’re set to introduce their new bathroom collection in a uniquely designed stand design project called the Calvi Brambilla. Right now the brand is promising a whole different premise in regards to what the visitors will be experiencing at the event.
Calvi Brambilla is mainly intended as a “reflection on the subject” that visits this promising booth during Salone del Mobile. It aims to inspire visitors through the use of top interior design suggestions and brand new interpretations for innovative design projects. As a matter of fact, they prefer to face this new showcase project as a journey through suggestions to the customer, providing visitors with a whole new perspective in regards to Antonio Lupi’s collections set to be showcased at the event.
This marks a unique proposal of a showcase when compared to the classic booth the brand usually has in every other Salone del Mobile’s events. This new space will not only be featuring some iconic products from Antonio Lupi‘s Collections, but they will also be providing a mix of inspiring music and sounds. All of this thanks to a new sound design project entirely made by the bathroom manufacturer and k-array.
If you happen to go to Salone del Mobile 2019, be sure to pass by this booth where you’ll definitely be introduced to a couple of bathroom collections being represented like unique design forms of art.
Another place you can definitely check out during Milan Design Week (or Salone del Mobile for that matter) is Antonio Lupi’s showroom currently located in Milan. In this very store, you can also have a look at the very best and most recent furniture novelties from Antonio Lupi. This showroom was first opened all the way back in 2008 and ten years later this same space would be completely restored, the result is a perfect reflection of the brand’s work and dedication.