Archiproducts Design Awards 2023: Redefining Luxury in Home Decor

Elevate Your Space with Award-Winning Luxury Designs

The Archiproducts Design Awards 2023 showcased a stunning array of luxurious furniture pieces, blending innovation with elegance. If you’re considering a new year makeover for your interior, these award-winning designs are perfect to infuse luxury into your living space.


The Honoré sofa is a masterpiece of organic shapes and Pop art influence. Designed by Elisa Ossino for De Padova, this piece is a blend of comfort and aesthetic appeal. It stands out with its curved seat, circular backrest, and turned wooden feet, emphasizing the art of craftsmanship. Available in two sizes, Honoré is accompanied by complementary coffee tables, marrying marble and lacquered finishes to create a sculptural effect.

NOBLE by Auping

Crafted by Johan van Hengel, the Auping Noble bed exudes understated luxury. Its elegant wooden frame and soft vibe make it a majestic centerpiece in any bedroom. The bed features a plateau of solid oak, rounded corners, and a wide headboard upholstered with high-quality fabrics. Available in six oak stain colors and 95 fabric options, the Noble bed is a testament to natural beauty and timeless design.

ARCADE by Ditre Italia

The Arcade table, designed by Nika Zupanc, is a fusion of architectural elements and modern design. Its structure, inspired by pillars, arches, and passageways, creates a strong visual impact, adaptable to various environments. The table’s versatility is enhanced by its assortment of top shapes and materials, making it a perfect addition to any contemporary space.

NOON SLATE by Acquabella

The Noon Slate semi-freestanding bathtub is a blend of sophistication and natural elegance. Its outer Slate texture and smooth interior with practical ledges offer a unique bathing experience. Made from durable Akron material, the bathtub is available in over 2,000 colors, ensuring it fits seamlessly into your luxury bathroom design.

AVIGNON by TM Italia Cucine

A tribute to Pablo Picasso, the Avignon kitchen combines art and functionality. It uses Eucalyptus Frisé wood and Dover White marble to create a dynamic space, characterized by the number 7.5 – the thickness in centimeters of its main elements. Integrated with home-automation technology, it redefines the kitchen as a multi-functional space for work, entertainment, and conviviality.

MULTIDOT by Martinelli Luce

Multidot reimagines the classic chandelier into a modern lighting solution. Its low voltage electric cables and LED luminous spheres offer flexibility and endless compositional possibilities. This piece is not just a lighting fixture but a statement of modern design, adaptable to any space.

These Archiproducts Design Awards winners are not just furniture; they are a testament to the fusion of art and functionality, perfect for adding a touch of luxury and innovation to your space.

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