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See Patricia Urquiola’s Newest Bathroom Furniture Collection For Agape

Patricia Urquiola presented this year a brand new version of the famous bathroom furniture system that she designed for the luxury bathroom brandAgape. Closely inspired by architecture, this incredible bathroom collection consists of a detailed set of trays and containers that allow the system to take on miscellaneous configurations from the simplest to the most elaborate. Combining marble, wood and anodized aluminium add aesthetic and material richness. Are you ready to meet this incredible bathroom furniture collection by Patricia Urquiola?

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The bathroom collection, also known as Rigo Marble Bathroom it’s a reinterpretation of Patricia Urquiola‘s original Rigo product line and will add that sense of luxury to any bathroom design project!

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Also known as the Rigo Marble bathroom furniture system close, these incredible bathroom furniture solutions were presented during Milan Design Week 2019 as a new extension to the Rigo product line, designed by Patricia Urquiola in 2018 for Agape.

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Paying tribute to early 20th century Milanese architecture, this extraordinary bathtub design features clean lines that form its compact silhouette. Created in Lariana marble, this unique bathtub can be a statement piece of any bathroom design project!

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The original collection for Agape also has two stylish washbasins, one with an oval format and other with a round shape. In the latest version created by Patricia Urquiola, these bespoke washbasins feature the same curved bowl shape with a contrasting angular exterior and are supported by a small monolith, but this time created in the elegant Lariana marble.


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