2019
05.09

2019.09.05

New Opening | UniFor Paris


In the year of the 50th, UniFor, a company of the Molteni Group that develops and manufactures solutions for the contemporary office space, is reopening the historic showroom in Paris, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1979.

New Opening | UniFor Paris

In the year of  the 50th, UniFor, a company of the Molteni Group that develops and manufactures solutions for the contemporary office space, is reopening the historic showroom in Paris, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1979.

The newly renovated spaces will be inaugurated the 5th of September during Paris Design Week in celebration of both UniFor’s first 50 years, the history of which is illustrated in a prestigious book published by Skira, “UniFor. A Commitment to Architecture,” and its 40 years of presence in the French market at its historic and prestigious Paris location on Rue des Saint-Peres.
In fact, it was the 1978 when UniFor France was born and the Molteni family entrusted Afra and Tobia Scarpa with the task of transforming the former residential apartment at 6 Rue des Saints-Pères into spaces suitable for receiving its clients and presenting the UniFor collection. The showroom was launched the following year.

 
 

 
 

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