Hafary Myanmar: New landmark in Bahan township
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.