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Founded in 1973 in Verona by the Benedini family and then transferred to Mantua, Agape owes much of the aesthetics, passion and innovation that animate it to its geographical centrality between Milan, Veneto and Emilia. The company was born with the vocation of designing new interpretations of the bathroom and today it is one of the reference points of contemporary furniture. With Agape the bathroom – a vital and regenerating environment dedicated to well-being – stops being just a functional space to become an emotional center of the home. Since its inception, the innate aptitude for design combined with the desire to dialogue with Italian production excellence have made Agape’s research one of the most interesting expressions of Made in Italy. Over time, the company has built up a rich network of collaborations with industrial and artisan businesses with which it shares a passion for quality and innovation. Today, thanks also to the Contract Division – which offers consultancy services for designers, investors and general contractors in the hotel industry, shipbuilding and large residential projects – Agape can respond to new market needs consistently, expressing its original and always recognizable style . This is how Agape has marked the evolution of the bathroom for 40 years. Its iconic products, such as Spoon and Ottocento by Benedini Associati, have marked fundamental stages of contemporary furniture and today for the company big names in design sign pieces that are already new classics, such as Vieques by Patricia Urquiola and the Bjhon washbasins, conceived in the 1970 by Angelo Mangiarotti today made of marble, stone and Cristalplant® biobased, an innovative and sustainable material. This important story has been rewarded over the years by important awards, such as Design Plus and many selections at the ADI Compasso d’Oro, to which in 2014 the honorable mention was added to the Nivis washbasin and the selection for the Plus furniture system.

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