We got our start selling modern library furniture
And in more than 30 years of working with libraries, we’ve learned a lot. In the 1980s, we launched our library furniture collection with the completion of the Vespasian Public Library project in Clinton, Illinois. We’ve since expanded our collection to meet a variety of evolving aesthetics and functions, including technological needs, incorporated into everything from study carrels and seating to workstations and tables.
By now, we can proudly say that we know libraries well, and we can assure you that your patrons have met their match in Agati library furniture. We’ve worked with dozens of public libraries across the United States that prefer our furniture for its simplicity, beauty, and timelessness. The thoughtful design, solid construction, and durable materials we use hold up to frequent messes and frequent cleanings through the years.
But just because we understand libraries in general doesn’t mean we know your specific needs. When we first meet with a library client, we want to get to know you. Our team of furniture experts will ask about the types of activities for which your patrons most frequently use the library. This will depend in large part on the age of your community and the spaces and materials you make available to them.