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AGATI Furniture Launches Cleaner and Greener Catalog

AGATI Furniture announces the launch of a new product catalog, re-designed for easier use in print and electronically. A new, lighter design focuses on AGATI’s beautiful and durable furniture, shown on its own as well as in a variety of installations including churches, institutional, healthcare, corporate, and hospitality.

AGATI's website shows its products in use at various worship sites including Gary Memorial Methodist Church, Gary, IN, Loyola Univeristy Madonna della Strada Chapel, Chicago, IL and Temple Jeremiah, Northfield, IL. They have furniture options for church sanctuaries, atriums, third-place spaces and children's ministry rooms.

The re-designed catalog follows a series of branding refinements undertaken after a recent study by Gensler of AGATI’s market presence. The new catalog, AGATI’s sixth, is expansive yet easy to use with groupings by collection as well as new fabric cards and finish samples.

The new catalog is also AGATI’s greenest. AGATI is using the same quantity of catalogs in more markets by encouraging designers to use the catalog online, where it is available in its entirety at www.agati.com/downloads.htm. In addition to using environmentally friendly inks, the new design will allow the catalogs to be used longer in between printings.

AGATI is a furniture manufacturer, providing design, and engineering, fabrication, and installation services in the institutional, healthcare, hospitality and corporate markets. AGATI designs are characterized by a blend of aesthetics and engineering to create superior and enduring furniture.

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