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Agape Bathrooms: Five Interpretations
The Agape bathrooms: five interpretations which heighten the overall value of this room, raising it to a pivotal status in the home, with extensive durability and the meeting of day-to-day needs. Not just a mere showcase, but actual design ideas which anticipate a multi sensory dimension, including fixtures and accessories, objects and finishes within the range which confer the proper degree of intimacy to the experience.
1. The Hidden Landscape:
The bathroom seen as a landscape to be contemplated in the privacy of your own home,a stage set, unexpected, which stands out through the sophisticated details an dan ambitious design.
2. Water ritual:
The controlled architecture of the spaces and the understated design of the furnishings enhance the daily rituals linked to personal care. The water reveals the ambiance and completes it,as its beginning and end.
3. The Color of Light
The changing light during the passing of the day inspires the shapes of the objects and decides the temperature of the colours of a design which adapts to the different types of lighting in the bathroom.
4. Time regained
Details and idioms rooted in the collective memory re-emerge as a response to the needs imposed by the contemporary age. Soft, graceful lines map out a pleasant place for hiding away.
Innovation, research, coherence, new materials and flexible solutions have been the key concepts of Agape’s business philosophy since it was established in 1973.
The company’s mission is to make the bathroom a more comfortable and aesthetically stimulating space by rethinking conventional typologies.
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