PHUKET: Boat Avenue has added one more top-notch outlet with the grand opening of Quattro Design’s 900-square-meter showroom.
Co-owner Praowphan Laoha-pongchana, and Design Director and Co-Founder Wichada Sritakarin, hosted the stylish event on Wednesday.
Following the launch of a pop-up store at the Boat Lagoon last November, the pair decided to move ahead with establishing a full-size Quattro Design showroom at Boat Avenue, adding another trendy brand to the booming Laguna-area shopping complex (story here).
“Phuket is a dream destination for people around the world, not only for work but as a second home as well. That was why we chose it for our exclusive new showroom” said Ms Praowphan. “Moreover, people living in Phuket have sophisticated lifestyles.”
Ms Praowphan said that the success of Quattro Design lies within its core strengths of conceptualizing unique designs and offering high quality, made-to-order furniture for each customer.
“We showcase exclusive renowned brands from around the world, such as Prizmic & Brill, Kenneth Cobonpue, Schema and Eichholtz,” she said.
Stemming from the success of their shop in Bangkok, Quattro Design hopes to market itself internationally, as Phuket offers direct flights to many destinations.
“For international marketing, Phuket is the best place to reach clientele and expand our brand. The showroom is easily accessible to everyone, as Phuket is a smaller place,” Ms Wichada noted.
“We hope that Quattro will become one of Phuket’s top choices for furniture design.”
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