Andreu World to launch new designs at CDW 2020
This year at Clerkenwell Design Week, Andreu World generates a new story, using natural wood as a common language and nexus.
In 2020, the showroom becomes a design showcase, where new seating and table collections will be presented, including a range of products from seats, armchairs and sofas to meeting and occasional tables created by international designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Alfredo Häberli and Piergiorgio Cazzaniga. In addition, the space will exhibit a selection of different chairs and stools that offer furniture solutions for public and private spaces, offices, restaurants and homes. The new collections offer versatile, aesthetically contemporary and high-quality products. On this occasion, they present a series of innovative and sustainable designs that respond to our way of producing beautiful and contemporary furniture.
The starting point is Nuez from Patricia Urquiola - with new high back stool and chair versions. The new Gala and Next collections for their part are versatile and functional, capable of integrating in any public or private space. The stool is also extended with Hula with a wooden seat, which presents a visual game of symmetries between the seat, base and orbital position of the footrest. The Alya Stool and Alya Executive will also being presented.
Thanks to new curves, corners and poufs, the Dado Curve series by Alfredo Häberli becomes a complete seating system capable to adapting and organising the interior of collection private spaces.
Rap by Pearson Lloyd is warm, architectural and with great functionality, and is available as a lounge chair or 2/3 seating sofa. This year, tables such as Status are introduced with a stylised base that offers great versatility of sizes, materials and multimedia connectivity. Reverse Wood by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga was born from sophisticated woodworking and careful selection of wood in its meeting and occasional table versions.
Collections such as Nuez and Element are also completed with new options for complementary and auxiliary tables.