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Nobico Co Hyundai Co Tehran Ali Sakhi Neda Naraghi Nobico Designing And Consulting Group 01
Tehran

Nobico Designing & Consulting Group which is composed of teamwork in the fields of Architecture, Interior Designing, Decoration, Industrial Design, & Graphic Artists & Painting has started its designing in the Interior Architecture since 2004.

Having two years record of professional designing, the group became a Member of the Interior Decoration & Decoration Group of Trade Union Furniture Exporters & also elected as a Member Jury Committee of Medex & Hofex Exhibition in 2008-2009.

All the designing is based according to the needs of customers, as well as creation of pleasant and enjoyable atmosphere. Our aspiration is a look of style that is unique creation & it’s memorable.


Nobico always try to gather different & latest ideas in implementing all the projects and also create a pleasant memory for its employers through up-to-dating its information in the field of modern technology and materials. 


The operational fields of the Group are Administrative, Commercial, Residential Buildings, Villas & the customers like. 


In order to increase the level of quality in course of its service rendering years, Nobico imports furniture & produce the required equipment for the projects based on the special needs of the customers.


The authorities of Nobico, hope that they (in collaboration with the said young Group’s efforts and assistance) will be able to impress a positive energy and good memory in your mind, the work of Nobico may always remind their customers, as a friend who has always created energy and joy within their space. We believe in a Design which is forever.

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