To every bath its own product. The aesthetics of the radiator can be extremely versatile and determine with its own identity the style of the ambiance: heated towel rails, radiators with plates or repeated elements constitute the most traditional proposals for warming the space, today complemented by solutions of distinctive personality, combined with multiple functions. From the line conceived by renowned international designers to the ‘Bath’ collection, offering the possibility of hydraulic or electric operation, Antrax IT features a wide range of radiators for the bathroom world with heterogeneous formal properties.
The new 2022 Ghisa radiator by Rodolfo Dordoni reconstructs the image of the historic cast iron radiators. It redesigns their proportions, details, the relationship between full and empty spaces, the joints between the elements, thicknesses, and depth. It’s made of 100% recyclable aluminium and is available in a selection of finishes, chosen by the designer and it can be accessorized with hooks and towel rails in polished stainless steel.
Designed by Andrea Crosetta, Tubone derives from a tubular steel element and a considerable cross section – 60 mm -, elongated to form an oval ring, available in three different modules, that can either be placed side-by-side or stacked (up to two heating bodies). The radiator, available in over 200 colour variants, can be accessorized with a towel rail, and installed either horizontally or vertically: in the latter configuration, it is available in a water or electric version.
Tif, in 100% carbon steel, interprets the purity of the plate with its slightly rounded edges. The radiator satisfies the spatial requirements of each project, thanks to 13-dimensional variations, both in the horizontal and vertical versions, offering great freedom on site even for renovations. It can be fitted with one or more handles at any desired height, in chrome, tone-on-tone or in contrast finish with the radiator: both are available in over 200 colour options, for maximum customization. Designed by Marc Sadler, Byobu is inspired by the typical Japanese decorative folding screen whose essential, square-shaped form evolves into a single or double heating body panel swiveling around a central pin. Towels and bathrobes in the bathroom, or jackets and coats in the living room, can be hidden behind the mobile structure of the radiator and hung on Momoko, the hook, single or in a group, to be secured to the wall.
BD 25 represents the traditional towel warmer and is composed of 25 mm diameter round tubular elements running horizontally, welded onto two manifolds with a larger diameter of 35 mm each. The creation of breaks between the elements, which are made of carbon steel, defines a rhythm, and traces the geometry of the product, allowing at the same time easy storage of the towels. There are many possible dimensional configurations and finishes, including matt, glossy, embossed, and special lacquers, chrome and gold galvanic.