Wednesday, March 21, 2018 1:14:35 pm
Urban Nest, the curator of Dutch interior design in the MENA region, has launched the famed Puik design label. Puik offers a tasteful range of furniture and accessories made by Dutch design’s finest. The Puik label will be exclusively available at Urban Nest.
Janaika Elders, founder of Urban Nest, said, “Urban Nest strives for interior spaces to provide enriching and authentic experiences. We are always on the lookout for Dutch interior design labels with inspiring stories. The Puik brand and their collection of products perfectly fit our philosophy and our current collection of Dutch interior design brands”. “We are extremely proud to announce our partnership with Urban Nest today,” says Freek Claessen, founder of Puik. “Puik design is available in more than 150 design stores throughout Europe and the Unites States of America. And finally, we can launch our unique collection of Dutch interior design in the Middle East and North
Africa.” Together with Puik, Urban Nest aims to cater to the commercial interior design industry even better.
The official partnership launch takes places at INDEX, the largest display of new interior products in the Middle East, from March 26 to 29. Be welcome to visit Puik design and Urban Nest at booth VD28 in Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
About Urban Nest
Urban Nest sells a collection of leading Dutch interior design in the MENA region. They curate exclusively from well-reputed brands including HK Living and Puik and work with the Netherlands’ most talented designers, like Pepe Heykoop. From their Inspiration Centre in Dubai they cater to commercial interior and residential projects. The interior designers they work with said, “Urban Nest never fails to surprise” and “their furniture and accessories are unique yet affordable”.
Since 2012, Puik delivers a tasteful range of furniture and accessories made by Dutch design’s finest. Puik selects and coproduces, showcases and delivers. Straight from the source to liven up a home, or spice up any workspace. Working with designers including Ontwerpduo, Lex Pott and Frederik Roijé resulted in a diverse portfolio of design icons.