So, you’ve finally made the move to Beijing, and you’re ready to make your new home your own. With a handful of luxury showrooms and design stores supplying Beijingers with foreign amenities, and others offering more China-chic furniture, the city has it all.
1. BOCONCEPT NORDIC STYLE
BoConcept was born in Denmark in 1952 and has now become a high-end retail fashion brand with nearly 300 stores in more than 60 countries. We design, produce and sell modern furniture, decorations, and lighting devices suitable for living, dining, sleeping, home office, and outdoor spaces.
2. FRANCISCO MOLON
Francesco Molon’s Interior Design, established over fifty years ago in Romano d’Ezzelino, very close to Venice, Italy.
3. ARMANI/ CASA
Every material, every object, every detail tells a story and attests to an original fusion of creativity, beauty, and expert craftsmanship: the world of Armani/Casa reflects the constant yet subtle dialogue between tradition and innovation.
Natuzzi Italia is the world’s best-known furniture brand, designing sofas, chairs, tables, beds, and more to create harmony throughout the home. Are you enjoying the luxury showrooms we have for you?
Agehome probably represents what a dream house would look like in many people’s eyes. All the modern furniture around the three-floor store comes from major Swedish auction houses so you can feast your eyes on classic Scandinavian styles. Agehome requires customers to call ahead to book a visit.
Founded by Giulio Castelli in 1949, in the early years, Kartell took its first steps to produce the distinctive design that would come to epitomize the ‘Made in Italy’ label. In 1988 the company was acquired by Claudio Luti, the son-in-law of Giulio and Anna Castelli who had a background in fashion. Truly one o the best and most renowned luxury showrooms in the entire world.
7. POGGENPOHL SHOWROOM BEIJING
Poggenpohl was established in the center of Germany in 1892 and is the oldest and most prestigious kitchen brand in the world. Since the day of establishment, we have been adhering to the goal of the founder Friedemir Poggenpohl to “make the kitchen better”.