Julius Berger Nigeria Plc ‘s furniture and interior design subsidiary, AFP, has won the Nigeria’s Furniture and Home Interior Design Company of the Year award at the just concluded 13th Abuja Housing Show.
According to a statement from Prince Moses Duku, the Head of Media Relations Department of the Julius Berger Plc Group, which was mailed to Aso Chronicle, the subsidiary was winning award for the 4th consecutive time.
“AFP is Nigeria’s highly reputed premier furniture production facility and an integral part of Julius Berger’s value chain, which is proudly guided by leading engineering standards, bespoke creativity, international best quality as well as trendy and inviting innovation. The company’s portfolio includes corporate furniture, living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, kitchen furniture, internal doors, wardrobes, wall panelling, window decorations, and wooden floors,” Duku said.
He quoted Oliver Cohnen, the General Manager of the AFP as saying “AFP designs and produces quality furniture that balances function with aesthetics to create spaces that connect, invite and delight
The Sales Manager of the Julius Berger-AFP, Uchenna Uzoewulu, was also quoted in the statement as saying “Our living spaces are built on the dimensions of aesthetics and practicality. Whatever the need, our designs are modeled to fit the many sides of our clients’ taste.
“Our seaters are craftfully designed to deliver extra back support in comfort and style. We give our clients the freedom to choose the materials, allowing their choices to reflect their personal style. Our kitchen spaces offer a deep connection between the user and carefully curated mix of materials. We replicate an ambience where function meets fun, giving our clients a yearning for culinary entertainment.”
The AFP held a reception for a select clientele at its showroom located at the highbrow Gana Street, Maitama Abuja.
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