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Andreu World is a Spanish brand that has its origins near Valencia and produces seating for meeting places such as coffee shops, hotels, restaurants, corporate and public spaces and outdoor areas. The company's philosophy is based on the desire to design sustainable and "healthy" spaces for work and meetings. In fact, the products are made of 100% sustainable wood and are FCS® certified, guaranteeing the entire supply chain, from the tree to the final product, through working with passion, design, innovation and attention to detail with selected, first-class materials. Striving for excellence, attention to detail, production associated with the Mediterranean sun, endless technological evolution and craftsmanship reflect the values of the brand, which strives to satisfy its customers, remaining faithful to a very strong ethics, guided by respect for man and nature.
< / br> Andreu World: from wooden seats to upholstered furniture. Wood is the basis of all home production. Just take a look at the Smart BQ0637 hard mast and beech wood footstool, a masterpiece from Andreu World manufacturers, or the Lake SI0654 chair, a casual contemporary reinterpretation of the classic Mediterranean beech wood chair and available in one version with a rope or upholstered seat.
In addition to high-quality wood production lines, Andreu World has over time added new materials such as metal and fabric to its sofas and armchairs. An example is the Element SF 0727, a very spacious and comfortable three-seater sofa, upholstered and decorated with a play of upholstery, which gives an elegant, sophisticated look. The legs are made of four steel tubes with a glossy black or white finish.
In an office environment, the company thought of the ergonomic Flex Executive BI 1893 chair. Part of the Flex family of chairs, this executive line four-spoke swivel armchair and armrests, available in several colors, has a hickory backrest finish, and is equipped with a very comfortable reclining mechanism for greater comfort during long working hours.
Andreu World and the love of wood The story of Andreu World began in Spain in 1955, when seventeen-year-old Franciscu Andreu Marti had a vision to transform a small family business that sold wooden items made by his parents into a fully-fledged factory. a company specializing in the processing of bent wood used to assemble and finish chairs. As the supply of products to furniture stores increased, the company saw significant growth and moved to Alaquas, still near Valencia. This growth also influenced the interest in design with the introduction of new products such as the Model 72, inspired by Nordic armchairs with muted lines that marked a key turning point in the evolution and history of the brand. At the same time, Andreu World participated in an important furniture fair, first in Spain and then all over Europe, from Cologne to Milan.
The production plant was moved to Navarra, where a real beech forest was planted to support the production. The Andreu World brand as we know it today was born in 1980 with a company logo and a solid brand identity. Thanks to the support of world-famous designers such as Josep Llusca and Alberto Lievore, the company completely switched to design, and its catalog was enriched with products that won prestigious awards in competitions such as the National Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award. The year 2009 is the official debut of outdoor collections, based on the brand's fifty years of experience and the ability to combine the strength of outdoor materials with the beauty and comfort of indoor materials.
Sustainable development and energy efficiency According to the Andreu World vision, real evolution is possible only when we are aware of our responsibility towards the environment. Following this rationale, the company sought to reduce its environmental impact from an early age, from the handling and use of FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified wood to energy efficiency, waste recycling and specialized research into new sustainable materials. Wood, planted in certified forests, is awarded and monitored throughout its life cycle, from the scion to the chair into which it is transformed, packaging and logistics. In fact, before starting production of a new line, the company carries out a thorough production cycle analysis and assesses the environmental impact of each chair model that goes into production. The result of all these efforts is the aforementioned success, i.e. minimizing environmental pollution for the benefit of human health and nature protection.