Grafunkt is marking its tenth anniversary of quality and style, and its spanking new Funan showroom, with a year-end sale. Don’t miss it!
21 November, 2019
Grafunkt has always had its own perspective and attitude toward furniture retail. In short, Grafunkt does things its own way, free from dogma but entirely in tune with its partner brands and with lifestyles of a conscious kind.
Its new showroom at Funan is the ideal embodiment of that perspective, presenting quality design products in a confident setting. It’s a statement entirely befitting the occasion of Grafunkt’s 10th anniversary this year.
If you haven’t already visited the showroom, what’s been stopping you? The Grafunkt Design District on level 4 of Funan occupies a whopping 13,500 square feet and is home to 13 brands as well as the Raf café.
And now there’s even more incentive to visit, because Grafunkt is having an end-of-year sale! Across the store, there are discounts of 10% and an additional 15% to be enjoyed (note that terms and conditions apply) on an array of international brands including HAY, Muuto, Conde House, Louis Poulsen, Sancal, Ligne Roset, Time & Style, and more – as well as local favourite Folks Furniture.
Grafunkt curates the furniture it houses conscientiously, ensuring each partner brand matches the Grafunkt expectation of quality with functionality and style. Materials and manufacturing processes are taken into account but so too are the design stories behind the objects. Underlying Grafunkt’s modus operandi is a fundamental belief that well-designed products can benefit people and their spaces.
Don’t miss the opportunity to own some of the considered offerings of Grafunkt at a discounted price in the year-end sale!
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