UK’s Established & Sons opens its first mono-brand showroom in Tokyo, Japan with plans for more of such stores around the world.
17 November, 2011
The new showroom, conceived in partnership with Toyo Kitchen & Living store, is situated in the Minami Aoyama region of the city.
It will carry a huge selection of Established & Sons furniture, lighting and accessories from both the current and new 2011 collection, including Cape by Konstantin Grcic, Revolver by Leon Ransmeier and Mammoth by Klaus Haapaniemi and Mia Wallenius.
The new showroom will also display the continuing collaboration between Sebastian Wrong and Richard Woods in the form of the Hay Bale seating and vinyl print.
Jumper by Bertjan Pot
“Japan has been chosen for the first mono-brand showroom as this has been a key market for us since the very beginning. The country embraced Established & Sons and has passionately appreciated our designs for their quality and innovation as well as the idiosyncratic humour for which our brand is renowned,” says Established & Sons CEO Maurizio Mussati.
Hay Bale seating by Sebastian Wrong and Richard Woods
The company already has a strong presence around the world through a network of over 300 retailers, but in the coming years, plans to increase this visibility with a series of international mono-brand retail showrooms.
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Toyo Kitchen & Living
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