Furniture collection families by AGATI Furniture provide furniture solutions for public spaces of all kinds, such as public libraries, universities, and aviation terminals.
The Rio Collection boasts smooth curves and a contemporary yet warm style.
Curved setbacks comfortably nestle the body in Etta’s modern aesthetic.
Exemplifies transitional design. Starting with classic design and the importance of craftsmanship.
The Gee Collection is a modular lounge chair that can grow in an instant and provide endless solutions.
With an intricate quatrefoil and lattice designs etched into each piece, the Gothic Collection is a visually rich study in detail.
Stainless steel bases support a floating work surface for an uncluttered profile.
Inspired by the crisp design details of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
The Baja chair’s light contemporary style offers a comfortable sit with its sloping and generous seat pan.
Crisp, clean lines and modern transitional style make up the Ella chair.
Adaptable form and function allowing users to sit in comfort, while meeting in style.
Contemporary design and durable materials. Light in scale, but packs a punch when it comes to standing the test of time.
Modern chic. Slight recline in back, along with lumbar support, make these surprisingly comfortable bent plywood seats!
Floating work surface with a standard upswept knife edge profile.
Unpretentious yet bold, with a design motif achieved through the use of reveals.
The Frye Collection typifies the Arts and Crafts movement with its strong clean lines and slat detail.
Functional and durable, without overpowering its surroundings or accompanying furniture. The Cerino collection is universal.
Influenced by Arts and Crafts styling, the Myles Collection features solid wood and triple slat detail.
Parallel lines and crisp angles give this all-wood collection a modern appeal while retaining the warmth of wood furniture.
The Primary Collection was born out of a need for the essentials.