Inaugural Fantini Design Award Winners Announced
Designed by Adam Becker Design, Vancouver, B.C.
The designer was inspired to use Fantini’s Milano for the master bathroom column, where there is a back-to-back his-and-hers shower. The chrome MilanoSlim used in the mosaic shower almost disappears and reflects the image.
Gold Coast Residence
Designed by Centaur Interiors, Chicago
This residence is a 3,380-sq.-ft. development property. The inspiration for the project circled around two concepts – modern day Art Deco and soft angles. The luxury design of the fixtures is a great accent to the designer’s meticulous attention to detail.
Greenwich Village Loft
Designed by Robert Kahn Architect, New York City
Every design decision for the Greenwich Village Loft, from the grandest gesture to the smallest detail, was reviewed for quality and aesthetics, as well as its integrity to the overall scheme. For this project the Riviera Collection was used throughout, which includes three bathrooms, a master bath and a powder room.
Designed by La Firme Design, Montreal, Quebec
This penthouse is located next to the waterfront in Old Montreal. The choice to go with Fantini’s Fukasawa Collection was obvious; the minimalist features of this penthouse fit perfectly with the collection’s pared-down design.
Noe Valley Family Residence
Designed by NICOLEHOLLIS, San Francisco
This project was the renovation of a family home where the client wanted a modern aesthetic that didn’t feel too minimalistic and was completely functional for young kids. It also needed to feel sophisticated and provide space for grown-up entertaining. Both choices, colored fixtures from the I Balocchi collection for the kids’ bathroom and the Lissoni collection for the master bathroom, worked well with the rest of the design scheme for the home.
Designed by FNDA Architecture, West Vancouver, B.C.
This luxury residence is situated in West Vancouver’s waterfront where multimillion-dollar homes grace the edges of the Burrard Inlet. The site is located in an enclave of prestigious homes. The site is narrow but has a commanding view of the ocean, and the design response was to have the key living areas facing the ocean to maximize the relationship to the water.