Agape showroom, Milan

The Agape showroom in Milan is a sophisticated world of bathroom and home accessories. Located in the fashionable Brera district, the building consists of four floors of Agape bathroom and home products, with an apartment on the top floor.

In the past, Agape has collaborated with high-profile designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Konstantin Grcic, Enzo Mari and Carlo Tinti. However, a new designer has recently joined the company – Javier Lopez.

A year ago, Lopez, a young Spanish-born designer living in Milan, was approached by Agape to design a new product. There was no exact brief but the idea was to develop a new concept to complement the existing Agape range. Within a year, Plus was designed and on the showroom floor. Lopez designed the cupboard and shelf with utility in mind and the result is a practical and elegant design: a storage unit with a drawer and an indented facade – a beautiful addition to any bathroom.

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