Shopping for stone finishes is probably one of the few things you cannot do online. For that, Hafary has created a destination dedicated to the experience of and interaction with natural stones.
7 December, 2018
Shopping for stone finishes is probably one of the few things you cannot do online.
Even small, square samples sent to home and offices sometimes are not enough to fully reveal the natural beauty of the materials.
Hafary heard you. The reputable stone supplier has opened a destination dedicated to the experience of and interaction with natural stone at Sungei Kadut.
The opening of The Stone Gallery by Hafary was celebrated with parties and previews held on 11 and 12 October 2018. More than 600 guests, including architects, builders and industry professionals, attended the openings.
At the Stone Gallery by Hafary, clients can browse more than 13,000 square feet of natural stone slabs, displayed in their large-format glory in a series of inviting settings like bathroom, kitchenm living room and office lobby.
Hafary also debuted four new Italian stone brands at the gallery. The four new brands are Antolini, Salvatori, Petra Antiqua and Kreoo – distinguished companies that have inspired international designers and architects with their collection of natural stones.
Representatives and stone experts from the brands flew down from Italy for the opening of the showroom, further cementing Hafary’s commitment to bringing the best the world of design can offer and staying at the forefront of design.
Other than displaying the large-format stone slabs, the facility also houses a fully carpeted pre-laying zone for viewing and inspection.
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