Spanish brand Kettal takes us inside their factory for a look at their finely-tuned manufacturing processes.
May 2nd, 2014
Kettal is a family business that was established in Europe in 1964. Today, all the products in their catalogue are designed and manufactured in the firm’s plant in a small coastal town 45km from Barcelona. This lends the products a European quality, with great attention paid to the details. In addition, the closeness of the factory means that products can be customised to meet clients’ needs, making each piece of furniture unique and exclusive.
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