Sé is proud to announce the opening of a flagship showroom on the Fulham Road to coincide with this year's London Design Festival.
Sé will officially open the doors to an elegant 680 sq ft space located at 60 Fulham Road on 19th September. Previously home to the ground-breaking gallerist David Gill, and international interior designer Francis Sultana, the showroom will be fully refurbished by Sé to house the brand's three critically acclaimed collections of pieces spanning furniture, lighting and decorative objects.
Located in the heart of Brompton's Design Quarter - one of the capital's most elegant districts - Sé's new showroom is in good company with neighbour Christian Liaigre and only a stone's throw from Poltrona Frau and Cassina, Boffi, B&B Italia and Mint.
Sé’s portfolio of furniture will be presented in a lifestyle context providing an opportunity for both existing clients and those not yet familiar with the brand to experience the pieces first-hand in an inviting and engaging environment. Added touches to the showroom will include wallpaper by artisanal mural designers Calico and rugs by local rug designer Luke Irwin.
Sé also continues to expand its successful Stay range by Nika Zupanc with new additions. Stay Benches & Barstools by Nika Zupanc for Sé, to be presented for the first time in the UK during LDF 2016. The Stay bench unveiled in Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Furniture Fair will be presented in London for the first time. These will be joined by a brand new Stay Dining Table which features a stunning polished marble top and powder coated steel frame, launched exclusively during London Design Festival.
Founder and Director of Sé, Pavlo Schtakleff comments, "This is an exciting move for Sé. I always envisioned that one day our showroom would be located in the vibrant Brompton quarter so when this space arose we were thrilled. I first entered the design industry at Interiors Bis on Sloane Ave when I was just 21 and it’s wonderful to be coming back to an area that feels like home, We’re delighted to be able to showcase key pieces from Sé’s range including new additions to the Stay range, never before seen in the UK. "