AGAPE - Milan 2019

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As announced by the title "Havens of Refinement.", for this year's Milan Design Week our main focus was the refined improvement of the numerous new concepts presented during 2018.


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2019 also marked, after eight years of absence, our return to the Salone del Mobile with a project that could act as an eclectic backdrop to the new products in our catalogue. The exhibition, co-created with Wall&decò and situated in the context of excellence of the S.Project pavilion, pushed, with its spatial and architectural layout, the boundaries of the brand's perception beyond our usual practices.

The new pricelist is coming soon, in the meantime scroll down below for a brief overview of the most relevant products and concepts presented during this intense and rewarding week.

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Rigo
design Patricia Urquiola


Presented as a preview in 2018, the new system is now on the Agape Pricelist and it will be available from June 2019.

Available in black anodized aluminium, matte white (RAL 9003) or light grey (RAL 7044), the system can have two supports, for lengths from 120 to 180 cm, or three, for lengths from 200 to 300 cm. In both variants, the supports have a fixed distance from the end of the bars. At the moment, Rigo can only be combined with Lariana countertop basins, oval and round, both in Cristalplant® and in marble.



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Lariana two-piece bathtub
design Patricia Urquiola

The concept is inspired by the atmospheres of the sophisticated Milanese architecture of the early twentieth century.

The tub, composed of two elements made of Cristalplant® (inner part) and Calacatta Viola marble (external part) was displayed together with a Lariana washbasin made from the same marble block. The project hints for interesting future developments that will articulate this family of products with a strong personality.

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Spoon M bathtub
design Benedini Associati

The new Spoon M, available in the next pricelist and orderable from June 2019, represents the most recent stage of a research that began over twenty years ago with the iconic Spoon tub and crosses form, material and dimension. Sophisticated geometries, thinner edges, smaller sizes (l. 160 cm capacity of 250 l) bring the iconic features of the original from 1998 to interpret the changing needs of contemporary domestic space. Spoon M costs 30% less than Spoon bathtub and 37% less compared to Spoon XL. It is made of Cristalplant® Biobased and is available in white or two-coloured with a light grey and dark grey exterior.



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Spoon C column washbasin
design Benedini Associati


Spoon C was created in conjunction with the new Spoon M bathtub. The soft lines of the Spoon XL washbasin rest on a support with a simple and linear design for a geometric dialogue that generates interesting relationships between the different elements. The project is still in the prototype phase and possible timing for production has yet to be defined.



You can review the Agape exhibition photo gallery at Milano Design Week by following these links.

Salone del Mobile (http://www.agapedesign.it/en/events/77)
Agape12 (http://www.agapedesign.it/en/events/76)

The images can also be downloaded here (please note that the images are for internal use to support commercial activity, publication or transfer is not permitted).

Salone del Mobile (https://bit.ly/2DIxEF3)
Agape12 (https://bit.ly/2V7u8yW)