When you present a company you usually begin with the facts – Pantadesign is a Sofia-based firm for interior design and furniture manufacture.
Then you tell the stories about how great we are in our job, how important are satisfied customers to us, and the attention we pay to detail; next you say that we realise the role our furniture plays in people's everyday life and that if we compromise with our products and services then we would undermine not only ourselves, but also the client's happiness and harmony with the interior...
However, these nice words hide the truth that it is extremely hard to be good at what you do. It is hard when you are young, inexperienced, and start from zero, with great enthusiasm and the thought that if there is a will, there is surely a way.
During the years of our existence we experienced a lot of emotions – joy, despair, pride, helplessness, anger, satisfaction, discontent. While we worked, worried and did not sleep at night we grew up, evolved as individuals and professionals, found the balance and crafted our own philosophy for life.
We discovered where we stood and we found a nice niche among the significant competition in the boundless world of interior design and Bulgarian manufacture.
Today, 14 years later, on our creation's birthday, we celebrate together with the people who believed in us. Many of them have been with us since the very beginning – ten people in production, two designers, two constructors, and we, the not that young anymore Angel, Rumen, Galina. Pantadesign.
Hi! We are glad to meet you!
Angel, Galina, Rumen
What defines Pantadesign furniture?
Angel: We try to create furniture that reflects the contemporary idea for a comfortable living environment. We want them to bring to their owners psychological comfort, satisfaction from the environment, tranquilly and organisation. Last but not least comes the fact that our products bring added value to each home. This is why we aim at timeless design.
What is the biggest challenge you have faced in 14 years?
Rumen: Customers' cultivation. The effort to convince them that good things happen not right now, but need time and attention. Each task has its own technology of implementation and action order, we cannot miss a single step of the process.
What does a good interior look like in 2020?
Galina: Without excess and useless things; simple, intelligent, functional, and sparing. With small accents that balance philosophically the dominating natural materials and monochrome decors. Quality interior makes inhabitants pay attention to themselves and feel as if they are in their own temple. Interior should not be overwhelming, its goal is to serve the human.
Sofia, 104 Besarabia St
phone: +359 896 621 526