Andreu World celebrated the grand opening of its new Washington, D.C. showroom in November. The new space – that joins the brand’s existing showrooms in Chicago, New York and San Francisco –provide from now on architects, designers and clients an expansive exhibition and work space with versatile furniture solutions.
The new space is situated in the Georgetown district – 1010 Wisconsin Avenue -, the ideal location for the presentation of the new Andreu World collections. A selection of Andreu World brand furnishings is displayed in the interior, along with the newest collection from international designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Lievore Altherr Molina, Jasper Morrison and Piergiorgio Cazzaniga.
The space is organized into distinct areas that demonstrate the versatility of Andreu World’s products. The interior design of the exhibition space is designed so that visitors can encounter a solution for any furnishing need. To do so, zones for lounge, meeting and corporate environments have been differentiated and feature a selection of multi-purpose sofas, lounge chairs, and tables for use in workplaces, residential applications, hotels, restaurants and outdoor spaces.
The new designs come to live in different scenes separated by backlit panels that emphasize the finishes, colors and textures of the textiles, materials and finishes selected for the exhibition space. As with the other Andreu World showrooms, natural wood is one of the main materials and elements of the space, creating an inviting and welcoming atmosphere.
The Washington showroom celebrates the spirit of Andreu World and conveys the values of innovation, technology, excellence in woodworking and maximum respect of the company towards the environment.
In this space, award winning designs including some of seven Best of NeoCon prizes received this year will be on display. The inauguration of Andreu World’s newest showroom comes as the company celebrates its 60th anniversary.
We look forward to seeing you at Washington, D.C. Showroom
1010 Wisconsin Ave NW