Hyderabad: February 09, 2017: Hyderabad is emerging as the city of choice. And has been rated by many leading organisations and entities as the fastest growing and the hottest destination in India today. Practically all the top real estate companies of India are present in Hyderabad and building high-rises/premium villas and condominiums. It is estimated that more than 4000 Villas/apartments costing Rs 1.50 crores and above each, are under construction in the twin cities.
Inspite of the presence of a number of Furniture Shops in the city the rich and the famous travel overseas to Italy, China and Thailand to source premium furniture. Realising this growing demand for luxury furniture Ms. Nisha Manghnani collaborated with the most elite of Italian Luxury furniture brands like B&B Italia, Rimadesio, Molteni&C, ARMANI Dada, Reflex Angelo, Lualdi etc. And has broughtall of them under one roof and one brand – SCASA. Furniture from these brands have adorned the finest homes in Europe and USA.
Located at a cosy building on Road no 12, Banjara Hills, SCASA unveils a stunning experience for Customers, Architects and Designers alike. The finest Italian furniture is on display on three floors of this majestic building.
From stylish Sofas to ultra-comfortable Cots to modern Kitchens to bountiful Cabinets to Outdoor Seating to fashionable accessories– one can witness the best in class at SCASA.
SCASA’s team of talented professionals actively assist and support Customers and Architects in theselection or designingof living spaces as per the design style and the required mood.
Ms. Nisha Manghnani, Founder and CEO of Scasa says “It has been a long felt desire of the elite of Hyderabad that a world class Furniture Showroom showcasing the best of international brands is required in Hyderabad. Scasa is a fulfilment of this need and desire. I have brought the finest of Italian Furniture brands under the Scasa label and in the months to come I will be expanding the Scasa brand to Chennai, Bengaluru and other major cities in South India.”