The new showroom by Martini Mobili in the heart of Verona

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The inauguration of the new Martini Mobili Showroom took place last Wednesday 3rd October in the centre of Verona. The ceremony started in the afternoon with the ribbon cutting, which opened to the public this innovative and striking location, based in the unique 18th-century villa in the historic center of Verona, a stone’s throw from Piazza Bra and the Arena.

An ambitious choice made to create a space to get in contact with design every day, not only during fairs and events. The new showroom is an interactive place where the company does not just tell a story, but wants to make an emotional experience become real. As stated by Roberto Guiotto, the Export Manager of Martini Mobili, the opening of the new showroom stems from the need for a prestigious space in which to welcome customers and stimulate a direct and in-depth knowledge of Martini Mobili‘s modus operandi, which has always been a guarantee of reliability and sartorial approach. The new space is dedicated to international end-users and designers, with the aim of spreading the Italian culture of beauty and facilitating the project / purchase experience throughout the year. A project that is based on a coordinated study of layout and display, continuous and coherent training and synergistic communication that can represent in an excellent way all the magic of the Martini Mobili world. Here the company presents a look that completely dresses the home, embracing all the environments and interpreting contemporary luxury.

excellence magazine martini mobiliFounded in 1965 by a small workshop, Martini Mobili stands out immediately for the quality of the materials and the great manual capacity, which consecrate it as a leader in the segment of high-level classic furniture. Martini Mobili does not create products, but personalized designs where tradition and modernity come together in an unmistakable mood.

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