Commune forays into Indian market with first store launch in Bengaluru

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BENGALURU: Lifestyle furniture brand Commune has made an entry to India with its first store launch in Bengaluru. The brand has collaborated with Bengaluru-based Bauhaus Designs to retail and showcase its products to Indian consumers.

Talking about the first store launch in India, Joshua Koh, CEO at Commune Lifestyle, said, “India as a country has a rich history, vibrant cultures that formed a melting pot of influences from all over, eventually creating something unique only to them. This can be clearly seen in their larger than life festivals as well as architecture and monuments whose styles are hardly replicated.

“Similarly, Commune has adopted a unique design philosophy that draws inspiration from anyone, anywhere, incorporating anything from fashion, music, travels, lifestyle into their designs with the aim of evoking emotions of their audience. We believe that the brand’s design philosophy and furniture pieces are a great addition to the market as the highly discerning people in India, who aspire the finer things will pick up on the nuances.”

Adding to this, Jas Singh and Nehal, CEO & COO, Bauhaus Designs, said, “The home furnishing market in India is ever evolving. As more and more Indians are traveling the world, there is a growing demand for modern, minimal yet luxurious living spaces. Customers look for luxury home furnishings with a global taste and personalised home decor solutions.

“The products at Commune are a winning combination of functionality, pleasing aesthetics and quality materials. It offers smart solutions for apartment living with their distinctive and form-fitting designs. Each piece is sized to fit comfortably within the living spaces typical of city life, and thoughtfully priced to be accessible to a wide range of customers. We are excited to bring this brand to India and have already received an overwhelming response from the customers.”

Aside from featuring recycled materials, Commune uses wood sourced ethically from sustainably-managed forests and lacquers and coatings with low lead content. The launch showcase by Commune was attended by top architects, design lovers, interior designers and socialites of Bengaluru. (ANI/GPRC)

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