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Luxury meets design at Kohler's 16,000 sq ft Experience Centre in Mumbai

A key highlight of KEC Mumbai is a unique inspiration zone.

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Dec 10, 2019, 12.09 PM IST
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Kohler’s sprawling new indoor space promises to be a one-stop solution for art and design; will also feature works by prominent global architects. Salil Sadanandan (president, Kohler K&B India, Middle East, and Sub Saharan Africa), brand ambassador Twinkle Khanna, and David Kohler, president & CEO, Kohler Co.

Kohler’s sprawling new indoor space promises to be a one-stop solution for art and design; will also feature works by prominent global architects.

Salil Sadanandan (president, Kohler K&B India, Middle East, and Sub Saharan Africa), brand ambassador Twinkle Khanna, and David Kohler, president & CEO, Kohler Co.

Kohler’s sprawling new indoor space promises to be a one-stop solution for art and design; will also feature works by prominent global architects.

Global lifestyle brand Kohler has launched its second ‘Experience Centre’ in Mumbai’s Shakti Mills, which promises to be a melting pot of art and design in the city, featuring bathroom inspirations from seven of the most prominent and influential global architects.
Spread across an expanse of 16,000 sq.ft., over two floors and hosting four distinct zones, the experience centre will serve as a source of inspiration for bath space decor and will provide for an elevated, immersive retail experience. Offering Kohler’s best-inclass designs and technology on display, the sprawling space has been designed by awardwinning Mumbai-based firm ZZ Architects.

“Our Kohler Experience Centres signify a paradigm shift in our retail experience globally. With the new Kohler Experience Center in Mumbai, we aim to further elevate our retail experience for consumers by bringing to life the exclusive range of Kohler products. The centre also celebrates creativity and will bring to life, state-of-the-art designs from distinguished architects and designers in India. With this space, we seek to inspire architects, designers and consumers with an interactive and immersive experience,” said David Kohler, president and CEO, Kohler Co.
Spread across an expanse of 16,000 sq.ft., over two floors and hosting four distinct zones, the experience centre will serve as a source of inspiration for bath space décor.
Spread across an expanse of 16,000 sq.ft., over two floors and hosting four distinct zones, the experience centre will serve as a source of inspiration for bath space décor.

A key highlight of KEC Mumbai is a unique inspiration zone featuring design suites of seven top Indian and global architects. These were conceptualised to showcase endless possibilities in luxury bathroom spaces by top architecture and design talents, each of which feature Kohler’s finest products under a distinct theme.

The zones in the experience centre highlight Kohler’s journey of product innovation and performance stories with interactive product displays, a fully equipped co-working space and a warehouse with a dedicated modular space that helps customers pick the right products. The centre also entails a product area that houses Kohler Artist Editions, Kohler’s range of connected products, the Kohler-Manchester United co-branded products and Kallista, all under one roof.

Speaking about the new store’s launch, Salil Sadanandan, president, Kohler K&B India, Middle East, and Sub Saharan Africa, added, “The new experience centre will see innovative designs and technology from India’s finest architects and designers under one roof. The facility will take retail experiences up a notch, featuring the best of Kohler’s products and finishes. It will also feature our premium brand Kallista and our limited line of products in partnership with Manchester United.”

On Friday, at the store launch, brand ambassador Twinkle Khanna, and top architects and developers like Hafeez Contractor, Alfaz Miller, Brinda Miller, Prem Nath, Hemanti and Prashant Sutaria, Dexter Fernandes Alan Abraham, Rajiv Parekh, Ashiesh Shah, and others were in attendance.

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