It was a star-studded affair at the grand opening of Furniture Republic’s 9th showroom in G/F Manhattan Parkview, Araneta Center on the afternoon of September 2, 2016. The launching of the 1,500 square meter project was graced by Furniture Republic President Mr. Tomas Cua, Finance Director Mr. James Cua, Furniture Republic brand ambassador Ms. Sarah […]Read More
Furniture Republic drew an A-list crowd to its recent showroom grand opening at Lucky Chinatown Binondo, Manila. Special guest included Sarah Geronimo, Philippine’s Popstar Princess; Leo Almeria, a multi-awarded Filipino interior designer, product designer, stylist/ floral designer; Natividad Cheng, President-Polyfoam International Corp.; and Araceli Dannug, General Manager- FC Home Center. Meanwhile, the event which was also attended to […]Read More
June 16, 2014 (Fishermall, Quezon City) – Furniture Republic, a fast emerging furniture store that offers affordable and beautifully crafted mid-level furniture celebrated its much anticipated Grand Opening to the public last Friday. With 651 square feet of dedicated floor space and walls lined with various collections and home furnishings, the people behind the company […]Read More
A successful grand opening attended to by some notable figures in the industry was held in October 25,2013 at the Furniture Republic Festival Supermall branch. The afternoon cocktail event started off with a simple message from the management and followed by the store blessing held by Reverend Father Sonny Arevalo […]Read More
Join us for an afternoon of light fare and festive cocktails to celebrate the GRAND OPENING of our showroom. Date : October 25,2013 Venue : L4 Festival Supermall Filinvest – Alabang Time : 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.Read More
Discover historical sites within Manila. Visit sites like: the famous Rizal Park, the Manila American Cemetery and its memorial with its 17,206 marble stones, The Fort Santiago. The tour continues with a visit to San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in the city which has a museum of religious and secular art. In addition we will also visit Barrio San Luis which is a complex of reconstructed housing from the 19th century.