Collaborations | Sep 27, 2016 |
Quintus partners with Coupar on design space
Boh staff

This past spring, Quintus partnered with Coupar Communications to showcase its products in a pop-up within the marketing and PR firm’s San Francisco Design Center showroom. The concept met with success, and now the pop-up has become a permanent showroom space for Quintus, showcasing an ongoing rotation of furniture along with lighting and accessories, including brands like Studio Bel Vetro, Création Baumann, Evitavonni, Fabric & Steel and Elworthy Studio

Above and below: Inside the Quintus pop-up in the Coupar Communications showroom at SFDC​

Designed by Elisa Carlucci for Quintus, the space within Coupar is a place for designers to work and collaborate, and also an area for them to experience the collection firsthand outside of a traditional, sales-focused showroom. Quintus owner and CEO Jobst Blachy explains, “In today’s business, you have to be open, nimble and innovative. Consistently thinking about new ways to collaborate is what makes the industry strong.”

“As an innovator in our industry, Jobi is always on the forefront of what’s new and next,” says Coupar founder Krista Coupar. “His approach to luxury design is in line with our values, and this partnership allows for the fluidity of a pop-up combined with a classic brick-and-mortar experience—a perfect fit for Coupar.” 

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