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August 17, 2022

Rovere invests EUR 1 million in relocating its Bucharest showroom on 4,500 square meters in Miro office project

Rovere, one of the local interior design market leaders, invested over EUR 1 million in relocating its Bucharest showroom, which will be opened on March 1st in Miro office project, delivered by Speedwell opposite to Baneasa shopping area.


Rovere leased 4,500 square meters in the newest office project opened in the northern part of Bucharest. The company will relocate both the existing showroom and its offices in the new space. The new showroom will have a surface 50% larger compared to the existing one.

“We noticed in recent years a tendency in which consumers are more opened towards quality and luxury furniture. We are willing to meet our costumers’ expectations by relocating our showroom in a 50% larger space, allowing us both to exhibit our exclusive pieces and implement, in a relevant manner to customers, our over 20 years’ experience. The new showroom comes with a different approach, in terms of presentation of products and Ambiental space design. Our aspiration is that the new showroom will become a destination for those who want exceptional interior design, pieces of furniture, Italian inspiration and customized designed solutions”, stated Ionela Bercu, Managing Director Rovere.

The company’s investment in the new showroom does not include the luxury furniture collections. Rovere has been active in the local market for almost 20 years, positioning itself over time as the leader in supplying luxury furniture produced in Italy. The company currently has 11 showrooms in Brasov, Bucharest, Cluj – Napoca, Constanta, Craiova, Iasi, Pitesti, Sibiu, Targu Mures and Timisoara.

The company also operates two Veneta Cucine showrooms, the largest Italian manufacturer of kitchen sets, in Bucharest and Timisoara.

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