Friday, July 7, 2017

Asian Granito opens Grestek showroom in Pune


PUNE: Asian Granito India Limited (AGIL), one of India’s largest tiles companies has opened exclusive Grestek series showroom in Pune. The showroom, spread over 900 sq ft area, will feature a unique collection of Glazed Vitrified Tiles ‘Grestek’ that bears quality beyond its time and technology.

The company, in association with Adi Chamunda Stones, has opened this showroom at Sr. No. 29, Pisoli Road, Opp. Anjani Amores Building, Pisoli, Pune. The showroom was inaugurated by Pune’s Renowned Architect Ari Hari Agashe.
The AGIL gallery, with entire range of Grestek series, will showcase its Italian grandeur inform of best in class Premium and rich textures and designs of glazed vitrified tiles in latest digital printing technology.

AGL’s Grestek range is fully covered up with many innovative product in terms of size, finish and thickness like Grestek Splendour, Marvel Slimgress, Hardstone and XXL. Grestek Splendor made of Italian marble and mirror like design patterns is sized 800x1600 mm. It is best for those who are looking to floor their places with grandeur and luxurious space.

Grestek Marvel is premium color tiles with expanded choice of wall and floor applications that transforms spaces to beautiful spaces. It is available in various sizes, textures and designs. Available sizes are 600x1200mm, 300x600mm and 600x600 with High Gloss, Matt, Satin & Sucre and Metallic Finish on tiles surface.

Speaking on this occasion, Shaunak  Patel, Associate Director, AGIL said “We are happy to launch this Grestek exclusive showroom in Pune which is one of the fastest growing cities of India. Interior decorators, architects, and home owners now prefer premium tiles as decorative products with availability of wide range of designs and textures. Printing technology too has transformed dramatically as digital printing has opened new avenues for the tiles industry. 

Photo Caption : Grestek exclusive showroom of Asian Granito India Ltd inaugurated by Pune’s Renowned Architect Ari Hari Agashe and Shaunak Patel, Associate Director, AGIL


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