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Bespoke furniture design and crafting
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Talented designers, experienced engineers and diligent craftsmen were joined together in order to create the furniture to suit even the most peculiar living space or ones desire. Team is here to offer a decade’s worth of expertise in bespoke furniture design and crafting while taking the client from concept to delivery for a very competitive price, yet without compromising on quality.
“Our mission is a home client would enjoy living in. Here, at Auggus Ltd, we always strive for perfection aiming to be correct in every detail while consistently delivering beautifully designed, long-lasting, hand-crafted furniture.”
Vainius Augustinas – Company Founder
Company is working in close partnership with architects, interior designers and the clients in order to ensure the desired result. Whilst applying the same construction methods and using the highest quality materials from Germany, Italy and Austria as well as established companies in the industry, Auggus Ltd is able to offer highly competitive prices due to its approach – no expensive showrooms, team focuses on direct communication with a client.
Auggus Ltd is trading in UK only.
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