GRASS Opens New Experience Centre In North Riding, Johannesburg
GRASS South Africa opens a new technical and lifestyle centre in Johannesburg.
During January 2019 the Johannesburg operation relocated from Kya-Sands to the newly built Northlands Retail Park in North Riding with a display/showroom floor space of 100m². This new location offered the opportunity to create a world class Grass experience centre that allows customers to see and feel the latest movement systems on offer from the Grass production facilities across Europe.
As part of the new experience centre; consumers, designers and architects can visit the lifestyle area to experience functional products in a design setting that is on par with the best on offer from across the globe.
The design and layout of the Grass technical area is designed to give the kitchen manufactures a clear indication of the components used in the make-up of the finished product with all the latest add-on components and drawer inserts. Drawer sides and drawer inserts are set in a functional setting with different drawer heights and inlay options available. The goal is to promote the wide range of drawer options that are available in the Grass product portfolio.
The latest special hinge options are also on display – Tiomos Hidden, Tiomos M9 and Tiomos M0.
The lifestyle area is designed using the latest colour options available from board suppliers and worktops/splashbacks fabricators, showing the latest trends from our local stone suppliers.
The kitchen and island in storm grey and white are a perfect match for the world renown Novapro Scala drawer system in Stone and the latest Sige products in Orion grey.
The bedroom unit with black Vogue sliding doors on an oak carcass gives the display a luxurious look and finish.
As a development partner and systems supplier to the furniture industry, GRASS has been creating products which inspire customers for over 70 years. A globally successful group of companies, a fresh brand with tradition and an extraordinary diversity of perspectives – that’s GRASS in a nut-shell.