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New Roca showroom in Qatar

Personalized attention and sensory experience are the two key attributes of this space that bring together all of Roca’s collections, distributed in innovative environments that highlight the ceramic qualities of our firm.

ROCA has opened an exclusive new showroom in Doha showing the latest Roca Tile news in more than 1300 m2 of exhibition space laid out in a spacious building, with four differentiated exhibition areas.


The team in charge of the new design is +RNG Architects led by David Pou Van Den Bossche, an international architect with initiatives carried out in Spain, Portugal, Iran and South Africa. This new state-of-the-art space belong to Nabina holding managed by Mr. Haydar Ossayran the COO of Nabina along with a profesional team for showroom and projects respectively, and its located in the heart of the city, in an area dedicated to the construction trade alongside other top global brands. The new showroom was born in a strategic moment for Doha, which in 2022 will receive numerous visitors with the celebration of the World Cup. This unique building is offered as a window to Middle Eastern retail customers and reinforces Roca’s commitment to this market, one of the world´s fastest growing.



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