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    Agape products among the most popular and most “clicked-on” on the web



    The latest Agape products on display at this event received a rapturous welcome from the press, designers, retailers and ordinary people. There were also plenty of reviews and interviews with Agape designers published in leading magazines all over the world.

    Several new products went straight to the top of the rankings of specialist websites. Cuna, one of the two new bathtubs designed by Patricia Urquiola presented in Milan, went straight to the number one position in Stylepark’s TOP 50. The new marble version of the In-Out bathtub is also in the rankings.

    Again according to Architonic’s studies, the rankings of designers also makes extremely interesting reading, with Patricia Urquiola, who has been working with Agape since 2004 designing plenty of products for its catalogue, is in third position behind those great 20th century masters, Charles & Ray Eames, and Tom Dixon, an extremely successful English designer, who works for the furniture manufacturer bearing his own name.

    These results confirm just how successful all the work carried out to develop the range of products and communication program have been, further reinforcing the company’s positive business trends in 2015.

    The Trend Analysis recently published by the Swiss platform Architonic places Agape among the most sought-after brands in 2014. Agape is in third position in the rankings for brands in the “Sanitary Ware” sector, preceded only by the “giant” old Swiss bathroom products manufacturer, Laufen, and one of the world’s leading mosaic manufacturing brands, Bisazza. It is followed by Dornbracht, Duravit, Roca and Hansgrohe, all extremely large companies.


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