We have completed work on four stores from the LPP portfolio. This time, in Yekaterinburg, located in the Asian part of Russia, we have prepared stores of Reserved and Mohito, as well as stores of brands targeted to younger customers – Cropp and House.
With a population of 1.3 million, Yekaterinburg is situated on the eastern side of the middle Urals. In 2019, we already prepared Reserved, Cropp and House stores here in the Grinvich shopping mall. Our recent productions are located in the VEER shopping mall. It is a shopping and entertainment center with an area of 120,000 sq m. The facility is characterized by a large number of entrances, which are an extension of the promenade to the shopping center. Inside, we can walk along corridors with a glass roof, thanks to which customers can feel like in the open space.
The scope of work of our team included retail furniture manufacturing and its transport. Four LPP group stores occupy a total area of 3,866 sq m. The assembly was completed on September 1, 2021. The official opening took place on September 10.
We have been successfully cooperating with the LPP Group for years. We prepare stores in accordance with the brand concept, we deal with comprehensive production of furniture, its transport and assembly.
Four stores in Yekaterinburg are our next production this year for the LPP group in Russia. At the beginning of this year, we prepared, among others Cropp store in Togliattia and Sinsay store in Moscow. So far, we have already produced, among others, Reserved, Cropp and Sinsay stores in St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don. We also had the opportunity to work, among others in Moscow, Krasnodar and Ekaterimburg, as well as in remote locations such as Irkutsk in eastern Siberia and Barnaul in the Altai Krai.
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