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RL News: Calligaris Opens New BGC Showroom

Bring home something smart, beautiful, and Italian from Calligaris

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Italian furniture brand Calligaris made quite a splash last March 12 with the launch of its brand new showroom at Bonifacio Global City. Seen welcoming guests to the showroom during the launch was Alessandro Calligaris, company chairman and member of the family’s third generation. By his side was Florence Ko, Managing Director of Gruppo Mobili Philippines, Inc., the distributor of Calligaris in the Philippines and also the parent company of luxury home store Furnitalia, custom closet and kitchen crafters Space 2000, and lighting specialist store Lucem.

“We’re very excited with the launch of Calligaris’ new home and showroom at BGC,” says Florence Ko. “Calligaris is a global Italian brand known for its stylish modern aesthetic, quality craftsmanship, and smart design. Calligaris is perfect for young, upwardly mobile professionals looking to furnish their condos or houses with designer furniture at reasonable price points.”

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