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Resana / Italy

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Antrax was born at the end of the 90s in Resana, in the Treviso area. From the very beginning, the aim has been to create modern, designer heating solutions. And it is precisely the search for thermal efficiency combined with attention to aesthetics the stylistic hallmark of the brand. Radiators and design radiators thus become true furnishing accessories, able to adapt to the different sensibilities of the public. Strongly anchored to its roots and at the same time carrying an international vocation, Antrax is an example of successful Made in Italy. The company has always collaborated with designers from all over the world: the leading names in Italian design such as Matteo Thun, Luca Gonzo and Francesco Lucchese are joined by the personalities of Antonio Rodriguez, Daniel Libeskind, Marc Sadler and Victor Vasilev.
This mixture of experiences is in turn combined with the desire to enrich the cultural tradition of the Treviso area. The establishment of training courses and initiatives related to art make Antrax a real important player in the Italian training context. In this journey within the highest level of Made in Italy, Antrax radiators and towel warmers are confirmed as the ultimate expression of Italian design, capable of interpreting the new way of living and experiencing interiors.

Antrax, towel warmers and design radiators

Antrax explores with profit all the dimensions of the design radiator, creating projects that combine aesthetics and functionality. Proof of the brand's leading role on the international scene is the numerous awards won over the years. Among others, the Tubone towel warmer, which also starred at the ADI Compasso d'Oro, was awarded the 2007 Bañeo prize and the Oderzo award from Unindustria. The creation signed by Andrea Crosetta presents a steel core that enhances the vertical shapes, the roundness of the lines and the harmony of the proportions. The collaboration with designers from all over the world gives the Anthrax collection a cosmopolitan and refined soul. The radiator thus becomes a design object, as in the case of Saturn & Moon, Peter Rankin's creation that fascinates with its chrome and frosted gold finishes.
A work able to easily fit into the most varied contexts, from dwellings to accommodation facilities. The same flexibility can be seen in the Teso and Zero-Otto towel heaters, which have won the Red Dot Design Award. These two works, included in the Design collection, take advantage of the ductility of aluminum to suggest geometrical suggestions that enrich the bathroom area.
Anthrax's credibility on the world stage also depends on the exhibition of some of its creations in major international venues. The Vu steel chrome-plated design radiator, made by Massimo Iosa Ghini, has found its place in the Munich art gallery. On the other hand, Marc Sadler signed the Byobu design radiator, a radiator inspired by Japanese decorative glasses. The radiant surfaces open and close like doors, turning on the pins fixed to the wall. Byobu is at the same time a technical and decorative element with multiple functions, as in addition to heating it can serve as a towel warmer, and thanks to the "momoko" accessory, a hook to be fixed to the wall, it becomes a container for towels and bathrobes.

Antrax radiators: design, functionality and energy efficiency

Antrax, before others, has intuited that the concept of “custom-made” furniture could also be applied to bathroom furniture. This is why successful collaborations with designers such as Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez were born. They have used their artistic sensitivity to create projects that are able to fit into any environment, like a dress of high tailoring. In this sense, the vertical towel warmer Serie T represents a real turning point in the company’s history, because it first brings together all the elements of the Anthrax philosophy: energy efficiency, attention to design and functionality. The company’s new collections continue to follow the path traced by its earliest creations. The Android design radiator, for example, is configured as a vertical sculpture, intended to embellish offices or homes. Inspired by Japanese origami, it is made with recyclable and eco-sustainable material.
The Waffle collection of modular aluminum panel radiators bears the prestigious signature of Piero Lissoni. Inspired by the embossed waffle of the famous Belgian dessert, Waffle combines refined aesthetics with high performance in terms of heating and sustainability, and becomes a furnishing element. Waffle offers multiple installation possibilities thanks to the modularity of the panels and the new Frag, Crag, Lrag, Arag and Mrag finishes. Tavola Total Mirror, designed by Andrea Crosetta, was born from the evolution of the Tavola product, already presented in 2014, and is the perfect synthesis between the radiator and the mirror. Total Mirror table finds its natural application in the bathroom, where it perfectly fulfils its double function. The Cod_E radiator is a new generation electric radiator, developed by Antrax after two years of research and development. The simple and clean shell with rounded edges encloses an electrical system that ensures low consumption, thanks to the heat exchange that takes place both by radiation and convection.

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Some of Anthrax's most famous design radiators are on sale in the Archiproducts shop such as Android, Flaps, Teso. Choose the design radiator you prefer and configure dimensions and finish to suit your environments. ... More ... less

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