bulthaup in Singapore has moved to a new home in Armenian Street.
6 March, 2012
The German brand of premium, customised kitchens has a new Singapore address in a historic Art Deco style building at a prime location along Armenian Street.
This is bulthaup’s 14th showroom in Asia and it carries the innovative bulthaup b1, bulthaup b2 and bulthaup b3 systems, all of which are intelligently tailored to suit the customer.
Founded in 1949, the company today continues to be run by the third generation of the bulthaup family.
The brand is involved in many large-scale projects around the world such as “Nine Tree Village complex” in China by architect David Chipperfield, the “Beaufort on Nassim” residential complex in Singapore, and “One Hyde Park” in London.
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