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Top luxury furniture center opening in Vietnam capital

Hanoi, June 10, 2019. AKA Furniture Group, the largest furniture retailer in Vietnam with 30 showrooms across the country, announced today that it would open its most prestigious furniture center called Bellavita Luxury this summer. The center occupies the whole second floor of Sun Plaza Ancora, the newly-opened shopping and residential building with outstanding architecture and central location.

According to the head of the company, Bellavita Luxury aims to bring both top quality and style to the capital with its carefully curated collection of top furniture brands from Europe.

CEO and Entrepreneur Ly Qui Trung says, “Vietnam economy actually has just opened its doors 20-30 years ago, but the Vietnamese people has already opened their hearts and desires for art, beauty and delicacy for at least a few hundred years. Bellavita Luxury is opened to meet such a demand of the market, in a stylish way.”

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The CEO also hopes his luxury furniture center will play and be a key resouce for architech and design professionals in Vietnam.

In fact, at Bellavita Luxury, every single item is a piece of art. Therefore AKA Furniture Group is very proud to be appointed as exclusive dealership of several prestigious brands such as Baxter, Ceccotti Collezioni, Dimensione Chi Wing Lo, Savio Firmino, Walter Knoll, Arclinea, Listone Giordano, Kohro, Lastvit, Glas Italia.

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The flagship center Bellavita Luxury, featuring over 2,000 square meters of home furnitures, is located at #3 Luong Yen street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi. The center will open its doors for public on Saturday June 15th, 9AM.

Grand opening celebration (by invitation only) is on Friday evening from 6PM – 9PM.

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