Increase in Export for Brentford Based Furniture Company

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    Brentford based supplier & manufacturer, RHA Furniture, has recently taken on some exciting projects; two of these contracts will involve overseas export, raising the company’s export for the year to over 40 countries.RHA Furniture has been supplying furniture to the hospitality, corporate & luxury residential markets for over 20 years now; our latest projects include a luxury apartment development for a British celebrity, an exclusive members club in Hamburg & over 150 international locations for Regus.

    The project for an exclusive members club, Aspria Uhlenhorst which is due to open early next year, sees RHA Furniture working alongside Putney based Interior Design practice, Sparcstudio, who specialize in the creation of hotels, spas and branded environments. The initial stage of this project focuses on the club’s 48 luxury bedrooms, which involves custom made case goods, bed frames & headboards made from fine American Walnut by craftsmen at RHA Furniture’s UK factory.


    Another large project is for Regus, a well established provider of business solutions including office & meeting room facilities all around the world. Back in 2007, RHA Furniture worked for Regus alongside brand strategy specialists, Honour Branding, to produce custom work stations called ThinkPods; this innovative design was so successful it was put into large scale production & installed in over 200 international business centres. This was the start of an ongoing business relationship between RHA Furniture & Regus, involving the production & installation of a wide range of furniture for Regus’ business lounges & meeting rooms.

    The new contract is a continuation of RHA Furniture’s previous work, only on an even larger scale; furniture made from their UK factory will be exported to Regus centres across Europe, the Middle East & Africa.


    Information on the progress of these projects will be available on their company website

    Daniel Fountain / 07.12.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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