As an established furniture manufacturer Warisan has become one of the top choices of 5 star hotels – from the Caribbean to the Maldives, the Seychelles to the Asian coast lines.
The Bali-based company reaches the new age with new features including an expansion of their factory as well as a new CEO and shareholder Matthew Bater, now in charge of the head quarter operations.
“We’ve been incredibly fortunate to be able to extend our global vision and services to our partners and long-time clients over the years for some of the most beautiful places in the world while being able to place our focus on craftsmanship and a timeless and elegant approach under the spotlights,” commented Gianpaolo Nogara, Founder and President of Warisan Furniture.
In fact, the company committed to a new milestone in 2018 with the expansion of their own manufactoring facilities in Java. Bringing the working space to 20,000 square metres with 500 employees worldwide to complete the growing demand of high-end custom-made furniture.
“We reaffirm the company’s founding values of making high-quality furniture while growing and continuing to build a strong and authentic community of dedicated people, including associates, our customers and our employees,” said Matthew Bater.
In 1989, Gianpaolo Nogara and Lucio Brisolese founded, after sailing the world, the antique and furniture shop Warisan in the remaining showroom ‘Warisan Living’ in Kerobokan, Bali. Expanding to new markets, they started to craft their own furniture in the mid ’90s in response to growing demand. Since then, Warisan has been serving the travel and leisure industry with pleasure and high service. Some of the company’s most notable customers include Bvlgari, Four Seasons, Necker Island, Club Med, Rosewood, Six Senses, Westin, Ritz-Carlton, Hard Rock Hotel, Viking Cruise and many private properties around the globe which have recognised the true value of timeless and quality furniture.