BATHROOM & KITCHEN TODAY08 Nov 2013
Minimum showroom opens in Central Berlin
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The opening of the Minimum showroom was celebrated late last year at the Centre of Berlin Mitte in Torstraße 140. High-quality interior design from three different sections came together. B&B Italia, Agape and Bulthaup were displayed in exhibitions within the charm and expanse of an old building. The new shop-in-shop concept offers a total of 440 m2 of exhibition space over two floors intended for architects, designers and customers.

An expanded Agape exhibition, stretching across 160 m2 on the first floor, reveals two complete bathroom situations. Among the products are the freestanding washbasin Bjhon, the nostalgic bathtub Ottocento and the versatile accessory X. A selection of surface materials by a range of brands rounds out the exhibition, making it possible to plan the bathroom down to the very last detail.

Agape’s portfolio includes wash basins, wash tables, bathtubs, showers, armatures and other sanitary ware as well as accessories by well-known designers. Agape understands the bathroom in an innovative and unique way as an aesthetic, integral space and continuously re-interprets stereotypical details.

Minimum in Berlin Mitte is another enterprise by Wilfried Lembert. A dedicated team of skilled planners and consultants consisting of architects, interior architects and designers are always ready to assist visitors.