Alshaya Enterprises, a division of Kuwait-based Alshaya Group, opened a showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. The European lifestyle-concept showroom will be home to the finest commercial equipment and high-quality stylish furnishings for the office and home.
“We are absolutely delighted with the opening of our new showroom in Dubai as we look to further expand our presence in the UAE. We have been growing steadily between 15-20% year-on-year, over the past 4 years. We continue to see considerable growth potential in all of the GCC markets, utilising the synergy between our different divisions,” says Henrik Christiansen, CEO, Alshaya Enterprises.
Alshaya Enterprises offers technical and design-led solutions within six key market segments including bathrooms solutions, residential kitchens, commercial kitchens, laundry equipment, office furniture and soft seating, natural stones, supermarket solutions and racking systems, commercial and residential lighting solutions.
The new showroom will offer residents access to some globally renowned brands such as German kitchen manufacturer Kitchenhaus. Each kitchen is unique; individually planned and produced on highly automated machines, which guarantees a consistently high-quality level. The choices range from modern to trendy and classical to timeless.
“We are seeing a rising demand for customised solutions from all across the region and therefore, we have professional consultants from our Architect and Design Centre available onsite in each of our showrooms to advise clients and assist them in turning their homes or offices into their own unique works of art,” adds Christiansen.
The Architect and Design Centre is a concept that was introduced by Alshaya Enterprises to provide customised solutions; creating the perfect environment for architects, designers, contractors and end users.
Other renowned European brands such as Imola and ABK tiles from Italy, Kludi and Keramag from Germany and remarkable Spanish mosaics from Vidrepur are also available on display at the showroom among others.
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