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The Art of Kintsugi At Grappone Mazda

Where Beauty Meets Resilience

Sitting area in the Kintsugi Room with Timeline in the background

A staple of this space is the timeline of the Grappone family history over the past 100 years, from arriving in America to opening the brand new Grappone Mazda dealership in Concord, NH. 

Sitting area in the Kintsugi Room with the conference room behind

Handmade furniture from Pompanoosuc Mills accents the room and provides comfort throughout the space. 

Leadership Grappone space with current projects and seating

The Kintsugi Room is also home to the graduates of Leadership Grappone, our 9-month leadership initiative program, as they continue to work on new and existing projects in our community. 

Welcome to the Kintsugi Room, inspired by the Japanese art form of repairing broken pottery, where each fracture is mended with lacquer and gold leaf, resulting in a masterpiece that surpasses the original. Immerse yourself in an environment that reveres the beauty discovered in moments of resilience and grace. 

Home of Local Artisans

Our Kintsugi-inspired vessel is on display in our Local Artisans Section

Our Kintsugi-inspired vessel, crafted with New Hampshire clay, is displayed in our local artisans section. Explore the story behind the creation of this masterpiece as you walk upstairs to the second floor of our dealership, where the Kintsugi Room is located. 

An up close look at the handmade cherry table in our conference space

At the center of our conference room is a handmade cherry table created by our Master Technician, Scott Lantagne. Scott has been a part of the Grappone team since he was a student at Concord Regional Technical Center. He is a master of his automotive craft and a talented woodworker in his spare time. 

Located on the second floor of our dealership on 134 Manchester St. in Concord, NH, the Kintsugi Room is more than just a meeting space - it's a canvas showcasing the dedicated work of local artisans. On display is our very own Kintsugi-inspired clay pot meticulously crafted by master potter Stephen Proctor with New Hampshire clay, and our conference room's centerpiece is the handmade cherry table, a creation by our very own Master Technician Scott Lantagne. Throughout the space is the seamless integration of furniture from Pompanoosuc Mills, which ties the room together effortlessly. 

Community Meeting Space

One of the meeting areas in the Kintsugi Room with table and chairs

You can truly transform this space into your own for your next meeting. With easily movable tables, chairs, and a TV, you can set up the conference space however you need. 

A look at the conference-style meeting room with set up

Our conference-style meeting room offers a white board and TV, with A/V equipment which will help your meeting run smoothly. 

The Kintsugi Room opens its doors to our community, offering two meeting spaces available free of charge for most groups, nonprofit or otherwise. With easily movable tables and chairs, you have the flexibility to transform the space to suit the needs of your meeting. Connect seamlessly with available A/V equipment, eliminating the need for an external projector. Our kitchen has a fridge/freezer, toaster oven, microwave, and coffee maker - and you are welcome to have food brought in as well!

Whether you have more questions about the space or wish to reserve the Kintsugi Room for an upcoming meeting, please email Katie Edmonds at [email protected]

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