From individual systems to complete shop fitting. From catalogue solutions to individual furniture design. From contemporary library inventory to product design. Anyone who knows serafini knows about the quality of the products for indoor and outdoor use.
Strong corporate design
The journey began with system developments for the POS area. Joint shop concepts for customers and the creation of an in-house showroom followed. In recent years, we have expanded the existing range with exterior and interior products and developed a coherent corporate design.
For the love of detail
An address says a lot. The entrance reveals even more. But most of all the flat itself. And you obviously enter it via the door. Past the letterbox, house number – straight to the rocking stool. Attention doorstops! Enter and take a seat, because there is a lot to see. From wall elements to coat hangers, from newspaper boxes to doorbell signs, from rocking stools to design cut-outs for Christmas. We have tinkered, developed and designed for serafini – products with system and attention to detail.
Fair worlds à la serafini
Walkable, admirable, experienceable and above all unconventional – with an extraordinary architectural concept. This is the design of serafini’s trade fair worlds. Sometimes in delicate pastel colours and soft shapes that reflect the character of serafini, sometimes simple with grand gestures and exciting installations with a focus on the essentials – the shopfitting systems for which serafini is world-famous. Whether it’s a matter of material, area of application or sector, whether powder-coated, with insertable glass shelves or electrified: shop systems from serafini have the right solution ready for every challenge. And we have proven that it is possible to build exhibition stands from our own systems – an important step towards sustainability.
LPH 1 – 9
55 – 160 sqm
Of product experiences and design language
Recite less – show more. The word “catalogue” comes from the Greek and is derived from “to recite” or “to list”. This does not sound very exciting, it is hardly worth listening to, let alone looking at. And yet it is worth opening serafini’s catalogues. Because there is far more to discover than just shelves, sloping arms or mid-room furniture.
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