New York – Röthlisberger announced today plans to expand operations to the West Coast, establishing an office in Greater Seattle in response to the booming Pacific Northwest design market and customer demands for high-end custom interiors throughout Washington and California.
Röthlisberger, comprehensive supplier of luxury interiors renowned for its work with some of the world’s most prestigious architects, is expected to open its first West Coast office on the Kitsap Peninsula in Spring 2017.
Röthlisberger Seattle will boost the company’s ability to deliver on the planning, production and installation of complex custom interior engineering projects, ranging from private residences to luxury retail spaces, high-end commercial buildings, private jets and luxury yachts. In addition to custom interiors and millwork, the company also produces its own range of designer furniture. The Seattle office is expected to specialize in consulting services for architects and owner representatives.
Mark Röthlisberger, Director of Operations said:
“From Switzerland to London, NYC to Tokyo, Röthlisberger is a trusted partner to clients and architects around the globe, including Foster + Partners, John Pawson and Peter Marino Architect. Each custom project is a testament to the finest in Swiss quality and our commitment to delivering engineering that supports beautiful, one-of-a-kind design.
Röthlisberger’s expansion to the West Coast will enable us to better serve clients in the Seattle and San Francisco areas specifically—clients who are looking for exceptional quality and service and have exacting expectations around innovation, design and environmental sustainability.”
Headquartered in Switzerland, Röthlisberger is a fourth generation family business. The company has earned a worldwide reputation for using the latest technology and materials to deliver custom interior solutions that others have deemed ‘impossible’. Röthlisberger Seattle will mark the company’s second location in the United States, following Röthlisberger NYC.
The Seattle office is slated to be led by Marcel Imbach, a six year veteran of Röthlisberger and Managing Director of Röthlisberger NYC. Imbach’s role in NYC will be replaced by Alan Bodmer as of May 2017.