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For more than fifteen years, Fobia has been present on the Croatian market offering an exceptionally high quality range of garden furniture, designer chairs for interiors, umbrellas and lighting, offering products of modern aesthetics.

At the same time, their accessibility, care for the environment, responsible selection of materials, and comfort above all. In the very centre of the ‘Martićeva zone’ in Bauerova street, passers-by can peek into the true realm of interior design, a showroom and store with high quality furniture of mostly Danish and Italian manufacturers. Throughout their many years of work, in collaboration with renowned architects and designers, Fobia has equipped a number of private and public spaces, homes, houses, bars, restaurants, hotels and offices.

 
 
 
 

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