Fantini Rubinetti invited architects, interior designers, and building developers throughout North America to submit residential and commercial projects to the brand’s inaugural design competition, and the results are in. The winning firms are Adam Becker Design, Centaur Interiors, Robert Kahn Architect, La Firme Design, NICOLEHOLLIS, and FNDA Architecture. The designs, selected by a jury that included Interior Design Magazine, channeled Fantini’s reverence for water as a guiding influence and communicated passion for Italian design.

Check out the winning designs below:

Flagship Penthouse by Adam Becker Design

A Vancouver apartment by Adam Becker Design features Fantini’s Milano and MilanoSlim products in a private bath with a pop of art. The MilanoSlim shower faucet reflects the mosaic image for a subtle effect of continuity.

Vancouver penthouse by Adam Becker Design. Photography by Christopher Rollett.
Vancouver penthouse by Adam Becker Design. Photography by Christopher Rollett.

Greenwich Village Loft by Robert Kahn Architect

Robert Kahn’s NYC loft uses Fantini’s Riviera Collection to complement the room’s simple elegance and fine materials.

Greenwich Village Loft by Robert Kahn Architect. Photography by Michael Moran.
Greenwich Village Loft by Robert Kahn Architect. Photography by Michael Moran. 

Gold Coast Residence by Centaur Interiors

This Chicago dwelling was inspired by an art deco aesthetic and soft angles. Centaur Interiors chose Fantini’s Venezia line to accent the bathroom.

Gold Coast Residence by Centaur Interiors. Photography by Tony Soluri. 
Gold Coast Residence by Centaur Interiors. Photography by Tony Soluri.

McGill 38 by La Firme Design

La Firme brought peace and tranquility to an Old Montreal penthouse with Fantini’s Fukasawa bathtub. Fantini also contributed a custom floor-mount bathtub mixer to accomodate the height of the tub.

McGill 38 by La Firme Design. Photography by Bruno Destombes. 
McGill 38 by La Firme Design. Photography by Bruno Destombes.

Private Residence by FNDA Architecture

This West Vancouver home by FNDA Architecture sits on the Burrard Inlet. The site has a commanding view of the ocean, and water is a theme that runs through the residence and bathrooms, which are outfitted with Fantini fixtures.

Private residence by FNDA Architecture. Photography courtesy of FNDA Architecture.
Private residence by FNDA Architecture. Photography courtesy of FNDA Architecture.

Noe Valley Family Residence by NICOLEHOLLIS

NICOLEHOLLIS’s renovation of this San Francisco home includes a pop of color with Balocchi fixtures for children’s bathroom and restrained Lissoni collection fixtures in the master bath.

Noe Valley Family Residence by NICOLEHOLLIS. Photography by Laure Joliet.
Noe Valley Family Residence by NICOLEHOLLIS. Photography by Laure Joliet. 

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