Lublin, Marseille, Dresden, Berlin, Rostov-on-Don and Almaty. What is the connection between all these cities and our company? August is a time of holidays. Remember! While you are resting, we are operating! During your dog days, we have quickly assembled our furniture in four different European cities, and we have just completed construction works in the interiors of the shops in 2 of them!
Berlin is a capital city, the second city in the European Union in terms of the number of citizens and the biggest one in Germany. It was already at the beginning of the 20th century, when Berlin had 4 million inhabitants. No wonder it is considered to be the most important metropolis in Europe, what is more because of its multinational and avant-garde culture it has become a mecca for artists from all over the world. It is popular with both the young and the old, because everyone can find something for themselves there. From hipster districts full of graffiti and various pubs like Kreuzberg, to a beautiful cathedral, or museums with the world’s largest treasures in the city centre. Everyone wants to visit Berlin and come back to it. We want to be a part of it as well. Our next interesting implementation in the capital of Germany following shops for Mango, Triumph, Hiltl, Benetton, Givenchy and well-known department stores whose customers do not want their name to be revealed.
The Seidensticker Salon in the Alexa shopping centre, which we have done with our friendly German company Just-in-time Europe is our next Berlin particle. The reason for our joy and pride. It is less than 200 km to Saxony’s capital Dresden from Berlin. It is a short distance from Poland, we can drop by for the weekend to this beautiful city straight from Wrocław or the border towns. A few of us remember, however, that we were once connected by the Personal Union of Saxony. Dresden’s biggest attraction is, after all – Zwinger’s rococo palace, which was built on behalf of the Polish king August II Sas the Strong. It was thanks to him that Dresden became a major city on the map of Europe. Not only in cultural but also tourist terms. In Dresden, we have done work for one of our German customers, the most important chain of department stores. This was our 40th implementation for this recipient.
To be continued…