Bjhon by Agape was born in the early 70s from an idea by Angelo Mangiarotti and has been an inexhaustible source of inspiration ever since. In those years, the master's attention was focused on elements that recall the mushroom shape in various respects. The result is a collection of planters which, thanks to their height from the ground, lift plants and flowers allowing them to be taken care of easily. A simple object and, in the best Mangiarottian tradition, made up of independent parts: a truncated conical support and two basins of different shapes that are grafted onto the column. The project tells the fascinating story of Angelo Mangiarotti's ability to go beyond the simple shape of an object, assuming different uses over time. In the 2000s, reflecting with Agape on the collection of Lito marble washbasins, the mind returns to that planter that brings the user closer to the plant, a gesture similar to the daily approach to a basin to wash his hands and face. This is how Bjhon was born, a freestanding and countertop washbasin, initially made of the material most dear to Mangiarotti, marble, and later in the variants in biobased Cristalplant and, more recently, in Petit Granit and Cementoskin that allow it to be used also in outdoor environments.