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Lládró Opened a New Stunning Boutique in Mumbai

Lládró Opened a New Stunning Boutique in Mumbai Lladró is the success story of an iconic Spanish brand. A world leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of porcelain art creations, Lladró is a unique mix of talent, audacity and meticulousness in the quest for excellence. Their unique porcelain designs make them a desirable brand all over the world and, to prove that the luxurious Spanish brand just opened another boutique in India, this time being Mumbai. With the help of the celebrated architect Héctor Ruíz Velázquez, Lladró’s new boutique has everything you need and more.


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Lladró has opened a new boutique in Mumbai, India. The new boutique offers the complete cross-section of Lladró’s varied catalogue of porcelain offerings, including lighting, sculptures, jewellery, home decor and fragrances.



Luxury and exclusiveness coupled with contemporary art knowledge, design, cultural traditions and universal feelings serve as inspiration for the brand’s creative universe, allowing customers to be able to enjoy and select pieces in person whilst discovering the intricacies in porcelain world.



Renowned architect Héctor Ruíz Velázquez has once again collaborated with the brand and has developed a new interior concept that captures the perfect balance between the historical origins of the brand and the avant-garde designs Lladró is now known for, creating a perfect meeting place that is both approachable and luxurious.



The materials used inside the store take us back to the components of porcelain: kaolin, feldspar and quartz, alongside the white Calacatta marble floor with its grey veins reflected in the cement texture of the walls, both contrasting with the delicate art pieces on display.



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