Agape Launch New Products for 2013

Earlier this month, during Milan Design Week, Italian brand Agape launched an array of new bathroom fittings and accessories at its Milanese showroom.  The introductions included tweaked versions of existing designs as well as brand new concepts.


Patiricia Urquiola’s popular Pearcut bathtub (top) was introduced as a built-in solution (above).


Joining Agape’s Memory accessory collection by Benedini Associati is a self-regulating heated towel rack. The simple steel frame design is available in polished chrome, white or black finishes.


The Ottocento bathtub by Benedini Associati is launched as a built-in version. It’s made from white Cristalplant with waste and overflow fixtures in brushed chrome.


Named after the shape of its crossed legs, the X by Benedini Associati is a versatile wooden accessory with an interchangeable tray and leather seat. With the tray, it can be used as a side table or shelf, and without, it becomes a towel rack or stool. The X is available in a natural, dark oak or teak finish.


Ted by Daniele Dalla Pellegrina is a handy floor standing accessory that can be used to supplement a bathtub, washbasin or sanitary ware. The flexible design features a towel rail or toilet roll holder in polished stainless steel and a white adjustable shelf,


When designing this new line of washbasins, Angelo Mangiarotti was inspired by his garden planter designs from the 1970s. Called Bjhon, the washbasin features a truncated cone-shaped stand and  is available in marble or Cristalplant.


This new wall mounted version of Agape’s 815 washbasin has larger dimensions which allow for a more accommodating countertop. Available in white Carrara marble and polished or satin Ceramilux.


Finally, the 900XL is an enlarged version of the existing 900 design with extra countertop space on either side of the basin. Available in white Ceramilux, with a polished or opaque finish, the 900XL also has an optional towel holder in stainless steel.

Posted February 22nd, 2013 by

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