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The renowned architect Daniel Libeskind talks about Android: the new radiator designed for Antrax IT

Daniel Libeskind, guest at the booth Antrax IT during I Saloni 2016, talks about his latest project,...

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Daniel Libeskind talks about Android, the new radiator designed for Antrax IT

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This is not a simple radiator, but rather a genuine sculpture, which enhances the appeal of your home, office or even hotel. Android, designed by Daniel Libeskind for Antrax IT, is an item with an innovative design in both its shape and in the technologies implemented. Its volume recalls Japanese origami, with its unexpected geometrical facets that appear to be made from a sheet of paper, folded and folded over again. The ensuing design consists of a dynamic sequence of angles and lines, obtained in this case from a thin ‘metal page’ that creates shadows and chiaroscuro effects that emphasise its composition.
As a supplement to the standard model, Android IQ is a more sophisticated version, where the profile bar has been cut cross-wise at a particular angle which further underscores its bold design.
Yet the strength of Android does not stop in its iconic outline: the concept devised by the famous architect in fact implies a major focus on sustainability issues, thanks to the use of 100% recyclable material and purpose-devised technology.
Its operation requires very limited water content and it is in fact guaranteed by a circuit that the manufacturer has patented, which allows it to be fully operational very quickly and accomplish considerable energy savings.
Affording high heating efficiency and available in over 200 colour variants from the Antrax IT colour chart, Android can be installed both horizontally and vertically, and it can be accessorised with a dedicated steel towel rail, making it perfect for use in the bathroom. Its shape is not linear and mirrors the style of the radiator, emphasising its expressive impact.

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Compact, high-tech, customisable. Lobello, a new product by Antrax IT presented at the Salone del Mobile 2016, is an extremely versatile towel warmer, designed to blend in seamlessly with compact settings in both residential or contract environments.
Designed by Andrea Crosetta, its shape recalls that of a book: a thin sheet of metal, which is completely recyclable, symbolically outlines its cover, which protrudes slightly compared to the "inside" pages. The spine faces up and the volume ideally assumes that traditional inclination due to the force of gravity. The slope of the front and back therefore make it extremely ergonomic: indeed, towels can be arranged in complete contact with the surface to dry them quickly.
A large aluminium grab handle, which is also completely recyclable, secures the radiator to the wall: it features the same finish as the radiator body and it is available in over 200 standard colour variants.
Only available in the electric version with a power rating of 130 Watts and measuring 50 x 42.8 cm, Lobello is a low consumption product which heats up extremely quickly.

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A name – ‘pettine’ meaning comb - which unequivocally conjures up its shape. This new radiator designed by Andrea Crosetta for Antrax IT was conceived precisely as a macro-scale comb to 'beautify' our homes with. Just like the object it was inspired by, this radiator was designed to be an ornamental and functional element. On one hand its three different sizes means it can be used to create geometric compositions to decorate walls and on the other it is a convenient place for towels or clothing in the bathroom.
Pettine is made of a steel plate with an essential, rigorous profile in 3.5 and 7 elements and 68.5x55 cm, 112.5x55 cm and 176.5x55 cm sizes respectively. It is available in more than 200 colours highlighting its decorative value and giving dynamic and fashionable definition to rooms.

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A product uniting classic and modern just as a ladder's rungs – ‘pioli’ - link two different levels. This is the image which inspired Pioli, the new radiator designed by Andrea Crosetta for Antrax IT. Bringing together a range of evocations in its design, it is an original take on the moveable ladder which can be located wherever suits concept - against a wall, on a projecting surface or hanging on a hook. The extreme versatility and practicability of this object with its thousands of years of history has come back to life in heating décor. Its shape makes the floor and resting against a wall its natural place but Pioli can also be wall mounted making for a powerful style presence.
Two carbon steel rails extending 207 cm are the supports to which the rectangular section 'ladder rungs' are attached in unconventional way. Grouped into three 40 or 50 cm elements they give a touch of flair and eclectic style to a room.
Pioli's essential uniqueness is highlighted by black or white but it is also available in more than 200 colour variants from the Antrax IT sample range.

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An evolution from the TIF model, TI-Q is a carbon steel radiator with a rigorous and essential form. Its squared off edges are rectangular shaped with limited depth and fit into the various rooms of the house with sophisticated discretion or stand out as required.
Its ultra essential design is enhanced by a smooth surface and can be personalised in lively ways: Antrax IT's TI-Q can be fitted with a 'cover' in a range of colours to hide the valves located under the plate. It is an element which can be a natural extension to the radiator in the same colour or attenuate the total purity of its profile with contrast nuances.
There are 200 colours available making it a sculptural monolith if camouflaged with the walls or a pop-up relief element if preferred.
With high thermal yield, TI-Q is an addition to the Antrax IT HOME product family and is capable of changing 'skin' as required.
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German Design Award 2015

Antrax IT has been awarded a major new international accolade.

With Flaps, the radiator devised by the creative flair of Victor Vasilev, Antrax IT has been given the Special Mention in the Building and Energy category at the German Design Award 2015.


Massimo Iosa Ghini Works

Antrax will be present at the exhibition "Massimo Iosa Ghini Works" set up in the MAMbo-Museum of Modern Art in Bologna from September 23rd to October 19th, 2014.
The exhibition will be divided into thematic areas, beginning by the section Disegnare  following  with  Innovare, Parlare con il mondo, Interpretare la quinessenza italiana and Sostenibile ma bello, oggi.
Antrax products, Vu and Scudi, will be placed in the section Interpretare la quinessenza italiana  which places emphasis on Italian excellence.
Massimo Iosa Ghini  Works
From  September 23rd to  October  19th, 2014
MAMbo - Museum of Modern Art in Bologna, Strett  Don Minzoni, 14 - 40121 Bologna
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday h 12:00 to 18:00
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays h 12:00 to 20:00 | Closed on Monday

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General Catalogue 2014

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Victor Vasilev

Victor Vasilev was born in 1974 in Plovdiv , Bulgaria. At the age of 15 his family immigrated to Israel. In 1996 he moved to Milan to study architecture at the Politecnico. Before graduating, he spent a year as un exchange student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
During his stay in Denmark, he was deeply influenced by the achievements of the Nordic architects both in architecture and in product design. After ending his studies, he decided to stay in Milan and in 2004 started his own practice.
In 2010 he was selected as one of three winners in the Dressed Stone design contest promoted by Marmotech Carrara & Antonio Lupi.
In 2011 he was awarded a first price in the MDF+Cristalplant design contest for his ‘MAMBA’ shelf/desk. The same year marks the beginning of his collaboration with Living Divani and in 2012 he designs a modular containing system ( CTline) for Boffi
The design ideas are inspired by solutions developed for the domestic environment, which represent a major part of the studio’s commissions.

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