Ha­fary Myan­mar: New land­mark in Ba­han town­ship

The Myanmar Times - - Metro - SAN LIN TUN

THERE’S a new land­mark in Ba­han Town­ship. Mo­torists pass­ing by the Sh­we­gondaing Road are sure to no­tice the newly opened box-like struc­ture that is tile sup­plier Ha­fary Myan­mar’s flag­ship show­room.

It’s not only the façade that catches the eyes but also the in­te­rior lay­out that was metic­u­lously planned and ex­e­cuted that makes a visit to the show­room an ex­pe­ri­ence in it­self.

The show­room show­cases var­i­ous kinds of build­ing ma­te­ri­als rang­ing from porce­lain, ce­ramic tiles, and stone to mo­saic in wide rang­ing colour pal­ettes and fin­ish­ings.

The mo­saic sec­tion is ac­cessed right af­ter en­ter­ing the show­room and it awaits peo­ple who want to dec­o­rate their walls with mo­saic pat­terns that could re­ally bring life to flat walls and con­crete di­viders.

One thing that is sure to catch the at­ten­tion of vis­i­tors to the show­room is the in­stal­la­tion that de­picts the Pathein Lady in mo­saic, a com­mis­sioned work done by artist Aung Myat Htay.

The paint­ing is a con­ver­sa­tion piece and could be a start­ing point for the com­pany’s sales rep­re­sen­ta­tives and ex­perts to ex­plain to cus­tomers the dif­fer­ent ways in which tiles, mo­saics and stones can be trans­formed into a work of art for their homes or of­fices.

Ha­fary Myan­mar is a sub­sidiary of Ha­fary Hold­ings Ltd, a lead­ing build­ing ma­te­ri­als sup­plier that has been adding beauty to liv­ing spa­ces and com­mer­cial build­ings in Sin­ga­pore since 1980.

Fea­tur­ing over 1, 000 prod­ucts in Yan­gon, the com­pany en­sures not only timely de­liv­ery but also the full sat­is­fac­tion for po­ten­tial cus­tomers, as well as pro­vid­ing di­verse de­signs.

Many of the prod­ucts on show are dis­played in as­pi­ra­tional de­sign ideas for com­mer­cial spa­ces and home dé­cor. The 510 square me­tre show­room also fea­tures an on­site de­sign and ed­u­ca­tion cen­tre avail­able to all cus­tomers.

Cus­tomer need not worry about pre- and post-sales ser­vice as the show­room pro­vides pro­fes­sional teams with the ex­per­tise to as­sist cus­tomers with their projects.

The pro­fes­sional team at Ha­fary show­room will en­sure home­own­ers, in­te­rior de­sign­ers, con­trac­tors, ar­chi­tects, en­gi­neers, and de­vel­op­ers get the as­sis­tance that they need, from prod­uct se­lec­tion to pro­fes­sional con­sul­ta­tion ser­vices and up to in­stal­la­tion.

Al­li­son Chan, gen­eral man­ager of sales and mar­ket­ing, showed peo­ple around the show­room last Satur­day, dur­ing its open­ing, and ex­plained about the dif­fer­ent prod­ucts on dis­play, in­clud­ing the oak tex­tured tiles which sim­u­late real tex­ture of the oak wood.

Chan said Ha­fary con­sid­ers other com­pa­nies in the same busi­ness not as com­peti­tors but as busi­ness part­ners and their main fo­cus is to sup­port the devel­op­ment of Myan­mar. She ex­pressed hope the show­room will also serve as a so­cial hub for de­sign­ers, ar­chi­tects, and en­gi­neers and other pro­fes­sion­als in­volved in the con­struc­tion in­dus­try.

Ha­fary Myan­mar is lo­cated at No. 141, Sh­we­gondaing Road, West Sh­we­gondaing Ward, Ba­han Town­ship, Yan­gon.

San Lin Tun is a free­lance writer of es­says, short sto­ries, po­etry and nov­els in Myan­mar and English.

Pho­tos: Aung Htay Hlaing

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