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OSeries Wardrobes | Aristo Launch on Surfaces Reporter

ARISTO India will be launching their new range of Openable Series or O’Series with ace designers including Sumessh Menon, Nisha Jamvwal and Behzad Kharas. The event will be held online in association with SURFACES REPORTER Magazine along with the panel discussion between the designers on ‘Evolving Residential Interiors; Focus on Bedroom Design’.

 “The Aristo O’Series, our range of openable (hinged) wardrobes, is the product of our 35-year legacy of manufacturing interiors. The O’Series gives our customers an unparalleled range of designs and finishes in openable wardrobes that define thefeeling of space, functionality and luxury,”- Mr. Kurruvilla Kurian, Director, ARISTO India.

The Grand Virtual Launch on SURFACES REPORTER magazine’s facebook platform will see the presence of some of India’s Top Designers and Influencers such as Sumessh Menon, Sumessh Menon Associates, Nisha Jamvwal, Nisha Jamvwal Design, Behzad Kharas, BNK Group who will be sharing their expertise and opinion in a panel discussion moderated by Vertica Dvivedi, Editor-in-Chief, SURFACES REPORTER along with Mr. Kuruvilla Kurian, Director, ARISTO India on the Topic: “EVOLVING RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS: FOCUS ON BEDROOM DESIGNS.”

The Event will also see a LIVE Virtual Walkthrough of the ARISTO India Experience centre in Bengaluru.

“What sets us apart is the brand promise of Love at First Slide ®   - a combination of the quality of our sliding and a huge catalogue of design possibilities we provide to our architects and designers,” said Mr. Kurian.

For Queries: madhu@surfaces.in

About ARISTO:

Aristo is a leading manufacturer & supplier of wardrobe shutters, furniture & aluminum profiles. With a global presence panning across 14 countries, 800 employees and with 1000 stores worldwide. Aristo India has a production and warehousing facilities with over 1 Lakh Sq ft across the 5 major hubs (Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Kochi & Ahmendabad) apart from direct presence in other key cities such as Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata & Pune.

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