The new collection rewrites the canons of beauty of the past revisited in a contemporary language

Innovative codes of expression follow one another in the evolution of international design. Contemporary visions generate new languages that lead to a renewed object-user relationship. With this in mind, the Luxor collection, designed by Arbi Arredobagno's R&D department, is characterised by precious workmanship and new textures: customisation, attention to detail and high-performance materials tell the story of a minimalist collection that enhances the simple design and elegant technological solutions.

Classic materials and new variations

Combining material and colour varieties, the slim door with push-pull opening and frame in brushed gold, oxidised black or white aluminium develops a flush top front designed to accommodate panels with different finishes. The classic Laminam and Gres are enriched by Glossy Alpi Green, the Oak wood is flanked by the Millerighe finish also in technical marble. Among the recent novelties is the Intreccio variant designed by studio Garcìa Cumini, whose texture is reminiscent of wickerwork.

Renewed catalogue

Enriching the catalogue is the new Ajour mirror that dresses the entire wall and new elements designed by the Garcìa Cumini studio such as the Roman washbasin, available in low, monolith and half monolith versions, and the Reed sideboard characterised by curved doors in Intreccio finish, which can be placed in all rooms of the home.

Original furnishings

Each Luxor composition can be combined with the washbasins, vanity tops, mirrors, spotlights, accessories and complements present in the Arbi price list and with the shower trays, freestanding bathtubs and heated towel rails present in the Ibra Showers programme, giving the possibility of bringing original and totally made in Italy furnishings into everyday life.