Winners of the fourth annual Fantini Design Awards announced
Fantini USA announced the winners of the fourth annual Fantini Design Awards, recognizing excellence in kitchen and bath design throughout North America.
The Fantini Design Awards selected six winners from the completed projects category based on creativity, design, inspiration and quality of the submitted materials. Architects, designers and building developers were called upon to submit projects inspired by water using Fantini products.
The top winners are:
- Elmire designed by La Firme
A unique home in Montreal, Quebec featuring the Aboutwater by Boffi and Fantini’s AF/21 Fukasawa collection throughout 2 bathrooms. Photography courtesy: Ulysse Lemerise
- Lily Pad designed by Studio Author
A one-of-a-kind cottage in Toronto, Ontario featuring the Aboutwater by Boffi and Fantini’s AF/ 21 Fukasawa collection and Fantini’s Fontane Bianche collection throughout 5 bathrooms, sourced from Ginger’s Bath. Photography courtesy: Niamh Barry
- SIGNAL designed by Hawk & Co.
A modern minimalistic home featuring the Fontane Bianche collection throughout 1 bathroom, sourced from Snyder Diamond. Photography courtesy: Chad Mellon, Mellon Studio
Additional winning projects include:
- Connecticut Lake House designed by Wettling Architects
A simple yet elegant lake house in New Fairfield, Connecticut featuring Fantini’s AL/23 Lissoni and AK/25 Kim collections throughout 4 bathrooms, sourced from Ferguson- New York & New Jersey. Photography courtesy: David Gilbert
- Marlsborough House designed by Osmose Design
A sophisticated, bohemian home in Portland, Oregon featuring Fantini’s I Balocchi collection throughout 1 bathroom, sourced by Chown Hardware. Photography courtesy: Dina Avila
- Mathers Avenue designed by Blank Canvas Interiors Inc.
A timeless home in Vancouver, British Columbia featuring Fantini’s Milano, Venezia and Balocchi collections throughout 3 bathrooms, sourced from Cantu Bathrooms- Vancouver, BC. Photography courtesy: Jesse Laver
One representative per winning project will travel to the Fantini headquarters on the Lake Orta in Pella, Italy in 2022, as a part of a 4-day, all-expenses-paid trip at Fantini’s resort.