- Technological materials for furniture
Awarded the ability to enhance the Cristalplant BiobasedThe many young designers who participated in the sixth edition of Cristalplant Design Contest have confirmed the great interest in the decor of the bathroom space more and more important inside the house. The projects presented are distinguished above all for creativity and innovation, but to win the first place those who were able to combine in a more proper aesthetic appearance with the functional, seizing on the one hand the technical and technological peculiarities of Cristalplant Biobased, from 'Another way of Agape, a company with a well-defined character and culture. As part of the complements for the bathroom, the jury awarded the first prize to Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere for the “Grand Canal“ that comes from a memory made up of stories, fragrances and shapes, and some signs that materializes in s of an era and a symbol object: the wash. Originally made of stone or concrete, was used by all women and accompanied by a wooden board on which they washed their clothes with the water of the river. Cristalplant Biobased plays a crucial role in the project as it allows you to integrate with ease and consistency of the body tub with the supporting surface. The typical purity of this material goes well with the idea to clean the designers wanted to convey. The American Cory Grosser is instead won first place in the category of accessories for the bathroom with the “Slide Towel Shelf“, a product that combines a shelf and a towel bar, perfect for a minimalist bathroom decor taste. Domenico Orefice and Michael Benavides have instead received a special mention from the jury with “Renaissance Retro Contemporary Aesthetic.“ The winning projects and the words were presented in preview at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. “Grand Canal“ and “Slide Towel Shelf“ will become part of the Agape catalog from 2015.