Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties and Roche Bobois – companies whose names are synonymous with luxury lifestyles – have formed a partnership designed to bring a new element of sophistication to the home buying and selling process. Our clients now have the opportunity to experience Roche Bobois’ premium-quality furniture firsthand at our La Jolla office at 1299 Prospect St. The concept is “Shop for a home and browse showroom pieces to get design ideas at the same time.”
“Roche Bobois graciously integrated their showroom-designed pieces into our lobby for our clients to not only enjoy, but to also introduce them to the extraordinary, artistic furniture and interior accessories Roche Bobois is known for all over the world,” said Nicki Marcellino, Regional Vice President and La Jolla office manager.
The alliance was formally announced Sept. 24 during a special meeting of the the Networking and Advisory Group, held at the La Jolla showroom of Roche Bobois at 7611 Girard Ave.
The Networking and Advisory Group, which provides insight and intelligence to management on how to best market sellers’ properties, is comprised of top-producing agents from our premier luxury offices and is headed by seven directors, Jeannie Gleeson, Lisa Stennes, Todd Bloom, Gwyn Carter-Rice, Jan Clements, Suzanne Kropf, and Sue Carr. Also in attendance were select agents from our premier San Diego locations, who were able to see firsthand the collection of premium-quality furniture and gain key insights on new marketing techniques.
“Part of the relationship is that six months from now, Roche Bobois will completely redesign the space, with custom furniture and accessories from France. Clients can visit our office regularly to discover the latest in high-end furniture and interior design,” Nicki said.
“Roche Bobois is known for working with acclaimed designers. Sacha Lakic, who also designs race cars, submitted my favorite design — an amazing reclining couch with built-in chargers for your phone, tablet, and other devices. When we saw the plans for the next lobby redesign, lo and behold, the couch was included!”