Poignee and 6 other brands, excellences of Made in Italy, open Creative Space in Paris to promote the Italy they create

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We welcomed 2020 by flying to Paris to inaugurate our new multi brand showroom located in 9, Rue Bertin Poiree , one of the most central and well-served places in the city, near The Louvre Museum  and the Notre Dame Cathedral.

The space was born with a co-branding project conceived, developed and created together with six other brands made in Italy, excellences of Italian design and craftsmanship. To animate this visionary group of entrepreneurs and businesses, in addition to our company there are Nalesso, an Italian manufacture that designs and produces high-end custom furnishings, customized to the needs of each customer, Brenta Imperial, born from the vision shared by some international entrepreneurs and by a group of expert Venetian craftsmen such as carpentry which produce refined custom-made furnishings; Ex-Officina, a high decoration creative laboratory active in the world of interior design, Light Drops, a company specialized in the production of customized lighting systems in which experience, technique and craftsmanship come together to achieve unique and original objectives, and last but not least Fratelli Marmo which, for over 40 years, has been dedicated to the processing and finishing of marble, granite and onyx from all over the world.

This space is much more than a showroom, it is one of the places of creativity where collective genius, passion and intelligence of the hands meet, but it is also a hub for communication, networking and product storytelling.

After the inauguration we are now all working together to understand its future functioning. Whether it will always be open or only by appointment is yet to be decided. It will certainly be a place for events and meetings, with a strong Italian brand identity. Those who attended the opening could already appreciate the furnishings and product displays, the elegance, the sobriety, the care, the attributes that tell of a creative Italy, which is not afraid and continues to invest in the strength of its human capital and in the beauty of know-how.


Stay tuned!

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