Al Huzaifa launches Design Studio, which redefines the bespoke experience

Al Huzaifa launches its Design Studio, redefining the experience of creating custom furniture. Located in Wasl, Dubai, the Design Studio is an inspirational space dedicated to bringing the whole bespoke experience to life.

The new concept offers unprecedented end-to-end interior design solutions to meet the varied tastes of its discerning customers. Pushing the limits with unique design elements, mastery of furniture and interiors and an ever curious and unfettered approach to innovation, creativity is at the heart of Design Studio‘s DNA. Spread over 8,565 square feet, the design studio features concept settings, tour mockups, and chat rooms outfitted with huge libraries of finishes, fabrics, materials, stone, veneers, custom wallpapers, carpentry treatments, etc.
Each room in the studio showcases an unusual combination of textures and materials brought together to create aesthetically pleasing life-size elements that could be part of any home d̩cor Рa spectacular setting for a fascinating journey of ideas and possibilities.

Irfan Porbanderwalla, Director of Transformation at Al Huzaifa, said the launch of the Design Studio is a natural evolution of the brand’s offering. “Since its inception in 1976, Al Huzaifa has provided its customers with the best quality and premium ranges perfectly designed to create a luxurious home sanctuary. With a design department tucked away in the brand’s showroom at Al Wasl, the brand offered personalized customer service, providing bespoke services through custom upholstery, wallpapers and curtains. As the love for bespoke services grew and the brand’s customer base grew, the brand saw a compelling need to expand its offering through a unique and ultra-specialized service that meets the needs of community need for specific sizes, larger pieces and distinctive tastes. Porbanderwalla said.

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