HPD Co-hosts Modani Furniture Dallas Showroom Grand Opening

This past Thursday, HPD Architecture partnered with ZRS Management, Faulkner Design Group and The Perennial Style to help Modani Furniture welcome over 200 people to their new Dallas Showroom for its Red Carpet Grand Opening. Modani is a notable furniture retailer offering exquisite modern designs which was founded in 2007 by a trio of French entrepreneurs. Modani now includes Dallas as one of its nine locations around North America.

The evening was an exclusive one-of-a-kind event. Members of the French American Chamber of Commerce and over 100 industry professionals from the Architecture Happy Hour Meetup Group, which is organized by HPD, attended and enjoyed brilliant company and conversation, wonderful hors d’oeuvres and wine. A highlight of the evening was a musical performance by local electric violinist Marek.

Modani raffled six $250.00 store gift certificates, accessories and an Ivy Outdoor Balcony Set.

It was a fun evening for the Dallas architecture design community.

 

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