Since its founding in 1946, German upholstery and furniture brand Jab Anstoetz has crafted elegant and impeccably made products that place a premium on both functionality and good looks. The European manufacturer has now opened its first flagship in Southeast Asia, located at Scotts Road in Singapore.
Conceptualised in partnership with P5, the luxurious new showroom houses a wide range of offerings from Jab Anstoetz’s various home collections. All the products are arranged in true-to-life interior spaces that showcase them to tangible effect, so you can picture how they might look like at home.
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