Offering a meticulously innovative approach to design, Dupuis Style sources materials of only the highest quality. This conscientious brand is 100% connected to the hearts and hands of the people behind it. For more than 40 years, they have been dedicated to the advancement of design, manufacturing and distribution of furniture as well as home textiles and decorative objects in collaboration with Mexican artisans. In tandem, carefully selected designers and suppliers collaborate to create unique and unmatched pieces of quality and aesthetics. The history of Dupuis dates back to 1971, the year Roberto Dupuis and his wife Georgina Prieto decided to start selling furniture and accessories from different regions throughout Mexico. The brand quickly gained recognition as an influential reference for interior design in the country, and today, Dupuis has continued to expand with 5 stores and a 22,000 sq. ft. showroom in Mexico, as well as stores in the Miami Design District, Shops at Merrick Park, Aventura Mall and a 31,000 sq. ft. Trade Showroom. Estudio 240 at the Miami Design District location is the in-house design firm. The team is comprised of world-class professionals of exceptional caliber and extensive knowledge of the industry. Dupuis welcomes projects of any size and scope in residential, hospitality and contract design. They offer an incentive program tailored toward architects, developers, interior designers and stagers; StoreDupuis.com.
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