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Andreu World opens doors of new London showroom

Andreu World has opened the doors of its new showroom in London. Located in the Clerkenwell district, the space covers an area of 400 square meters and houses the latest furniture collections, signed by designers such as Philippe Starck, Alfredo Häberli, Benjamin Hubert, Jasper Morrison, and Patricia Urquiola.

The design of the new showroom has been the work of designer Patricia Urquiola, who has been collaborating with Andreu World for more than a decade. 'We try to create a space that reflects the essence of Andreu World, its heritage, identity, and mission. To this end, we have worked with renewable resources and sustainable materials to create a space where visitors can have a playful and exploratory experience as they flow through the space, discovering different areas delimited by translucent panels. The space is designed to be holistic and multifunctional, responding to the different needs and uses of Andreu World's designs.'

The project for the London showroom unfolds over two floors, with a coherent design language throughout the space. Patricia Urquiola envisions a flexible and adaptable space, characterized by a single open and long area on the ground floor that welcomes visitors with walls of screens that divide several contemporary living environments and display Andreu World's collections.

The space has been designed by Patricia Urquiola using only circular economy materials. The inauguration of the new Andreu World showroom in London was attended by Patricia Urquiola.

In line with Andreu World's commitment to sustainability, Urquiola incorporates renewable resources and sustainable materials throughout the space. A meticulous approach to the use of materials has been key in this project. Starting with the FSC wooden walls of the different scenes to the use of Smile Plastic, composed of 'waste' plastics collected from post-consumer and post-industrial sources, which are used for the shelves.

Compact stone has been used for the floor, chosen for its ability to minimize CO2 emissions through simple drying, the use of recycled water, the exclusive use of recovered materials, the reuse of waste products, and zero waste. In addition, the stone is laid dry, making it easy to disassemble and reuse.

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