Antrax IT: T Tower is inspired by the energy of Living Coral

T Tower is inspired by the energy of Living Coral, the new Pantone 2019 color that will dictate the decor and fashion trends for the next year, and is tinged with an intense coral finish, one of over 200 variations colors available in the Antrax IT catalog.

The ‘Color of the Year’ is a lively shade that combines pink and orange, it is a playful, stimulating, and at the same time relaxing color that conveys joy and positivity.

T Tower, the first free-standing heated towel rack developed by Antrax IT with the collaboration of Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez, is ‘dressed’ in this warm color, thus finding surprising and unexpected ways of expression in contemporary architecture.

T Tower Living Coral
T Tower Living Coral

T Tower is designed to spread heat both through power supply and water operation, and in the electric version it is equipped with a particular round base in satin-finish stainless steel. Designed to enhance the living area, T Tower is transformed into a perfect radiator for the bathroom space, thanks to a special towel rail that wraps around the heating body.

This new nuance, so carefree, emphasizes its decorative value and conveys feelings of well-being and warm hospitality to the environment that welcomes it.

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