The World Bazaar centre in Umm Suqeim, Dubai.
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DUBAI – World Bazaar, a trendsetter in the outdoor furniture space, has announced the launch of UAE’s first luxury outdoor furniture experience centre for both residential and commercial spaces.
Located in Umm Suqeim, the 14,000-sqft centre features an extensive range of unique and urban garden and patio furniture and accessories from 10 European designer brands. Every collection emulates relaxed luxury resort living for both residential and commercial spaces.
“The launch of our truly unique and immersive experience centre marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for our business, enabling us to connect with our international client base,” said Randip Dhingra, Founder of World Bazaar.
“We are the only place in the UAE to offer the largest Collection of Luxury outdoor furnishing and accessories that combines durability, elevated style, and limitless design possibilities under one roof,” Dhingra added.
World Bazaar UAE is set to become a destination for the homeowners, landscape contractors, Architects and Interior Designers looking for high-end outdoor furniture.
The centre helps customers to visualize the space in real-time negating any use of renders or 3D modeling – serving as a lighthouse for individuals, thoughtful lifestyle designers and start-ups who want to bring their inspirational concepts to life before investing in the purchase.
Their goal is to help in formulating residential and commercial furnishing solutions to maximize collaboration, creativity, flexibility, and promoting innovative ideas. PR/Expat Media
For more info, visit www.worldbazaaruae.com
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