Parallel to the growth of the company, the offering of chairs was expanded and stylized. It was in that moment that the first designs were born, model 72 in 1957 followed by model 123 in 1963. These first works evoked the simplicity of Nordic design that was fashionable during the 1950s. The next phase of the company was quick to transpire, a new 8,600 square foot (800 square meter) factory with its own name, Andreu Est. The now mid-sized company continued to grow slowly. While expanding its production capacity, the company was also constructing a commercial network that marketed the first chair designs.