Q&A: Tailor Made Spaces With Fabri Kitchens
Fabri is an award-winning design company founded in 1983, specialising in custom-made kitchens and closets. With a showroom in Lisbon and Johannesburg, Fabri sets the tone for innovation and design.
Fabri’s new sanctuary at Design Quarter in Fourways is where art and inspiration meet to provide clients with tailor-made design, using materials that are crafted with the highest standard of quality.
We chatted to the team behind the brand about their latest showroom displays and what we can expect from Fabri this season.
What sort of a displays are on show at the new showroom?
“Each of the seven kitchens on display aim to provide a glimpse of the contemporary elegance that is inherent in a Fabri space, to serve as inspiration for clients as they plan their dream kitchen. Each display offers a unique approach to kitchen design, allowing clients to have varying experiences of a kitchen’s design potential as they move through the space. We are excited to showcase several new innovations such as a nano-tech material for cabinetry and countertops that is resistant to water and heat, and can regenerate from minor scratches, as well as appliances with potential to connect to home automation and be controlled remotely.
Visitors to the new space will also be treated to the statement design piece that is the Fabri closet, the showstopper of any bedroom. The bespoke closets on display with sleek glass doors and integrated LED lighting are sure to elevate a standard storage concept to something spectacular.
Whether building a new home or renovating an existing one, visit the new showroom at Design Quarter in Fourways, the biggest Fabri store in the world.”
What appliances do you feature in your displays?
“We are proud to partner with Gaggenau, Miele, Smeg and Siemens, and we have some of the latest models from each brand on display in our showroom. This includes an upmarket offering that is only for sale through kitchen channels and can connect to home automation systems with WiFi to be controlled remotely.”
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