DUBAI – UAE-based KOJ Interiors (KOJI) has partnered with bespoke interior finishing company, Covering Concepts, to support its growing project pipeline of over Dh2 billion by 2020.
In an aim to capture a growing GCC interior fit-out market, valued at approximately $9,401 million, Covering Concepts will offer KOJI a wide range of premium flooring and wall design solution for both its residential and commercial projects. They have recently completed key projects such for Nayomi and Dragon Oil to name a few brands.
Daniel Leese, Head of Business Development, KOJ Interiors said, “Covering Concepts offers quality and innovative flooring and wall solutions -we are glad to partner with them. This partnership reflects our commitment to offer our clients quality product, services and smart trendy spaces.”
KOJI offers superior quality interior fit-out solutions and delivered over 900 award-winning projects in the region within the Commercial, Retail, F&B and Hospitality sectors. With a team of over 200 working professionals, KOJI has seamlessly executed and beautifully finished every project – transforming a client‘s vision into reality.
“KOJ have a reputation for pursuing design excellence and transforming ideas and visions into award-winning projects – we are thrilled on being a key partner in supporting them in their upcoming projects,” said Jay Vasu, Director, Co-Founder, Covering Concepts.
“Covering concepts offer a wide range of artistic, elegant and eco-friendly floor, wall designs and carpet tiles from several well-known European brands, such as Havwoods, Wineo, Shinnoki, Querkus, Ravaioli Legnami, and Paviflex and Hotel Art,” added Vasu. PR
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