Warisan Now In India!
Warisan Now In India!
From Bali to the Balkans, from California to the Caribbeans, from Mallorca to the Maldives, you will find Warisan’s solid mahogany and teak furniture in several of their elegant and luxurious properties. But now, this Indonesian luxury furniture brand is now coming to India!
Its India launch was a JV with Countrywide Projects Pvt Ltd, headed by Abhimanyu Bansal, with Warisan Experience Center at Asiad Village, New Delhi. The brand display in India is a beautiful mix of its capabilities across three different styles of design and workmanship, with each piece exhibiting globally popular trends that also cater to the Indian design palette. It is designed to take you through a virtual tour of the brands craftsmanship and quality processing, while seeking your attention to the design splendor of Warisan’s global best sellers.
The furniture brand was established in 1989 by Lucio Brissolese and Gianpaolo Nogara, which primarily dealt with high quality antiques. Warisan today stands as a modern, high-end hospitality furniture manufacturer spread across the world. They have a team of about 500 craftsman, designers, project leaders, and staff working together to produce high quality goods at competitive prices. They aim to please the consumer with a strong emphasis on to details.
The brand is an industry leader of teak furniture for international hotels and resorts for over 25 years and is one of the very few manufacturers who employ exclusively sustainable plantation. The company is a supplier of fine residential and hospitality furniture dealing with the private sector through their stores and dealers in the US, South Africa, Indonesia and now India.
The brand has earned international acclaim for it’s extensive range of furnishings in several styles including neo-colonial, minimal, contemporary and custom-made designs. Each of their piece is a work of art, accentuating the beauty of the wood whilst maintaining superior ergonomics and high quality design. The latest collection includes indoor pieces made out of Teak and Mahogany from the Indonesian government plantation. The entire range of furniture is handcrafted and almost thousand designs added each year. The outdoors models are manufactured using exclusive ‘A’ grade Teak, combined with accent materials like Stainless Steel, Batyline (imported from Italy) & synthetic rattan finished with linseed oil.
We cant wait to see how the brand is received by the Indian consumers, but we believe the company has immense opportunities in the Indian market, with such a diverse range of collection.