Collection: Out_Line , Nido & Plump Tradition and innovation walked hand in hand within the Spanish pavilion at the Universal Exposition of Milan 2015, whose leitmotiv was “Feeding the planet. Energy for life”. From May 1st to October 31st, millions of people had the chance to visit this gigantic greenhouse, exclusively made of natural and recycled materials. Its impressive structure stretched over a surface of roughly 2,500 m 2 . The renowned Spanish catering group Sagardi was in charge of the gastronomical offer in the pavilion. There were two spaces: El Altillo restaurant and Ses Salines tapas bar. Both of them were furnished with some of Expormim’s outdoor collections, such as the Nido hand-woven armchairs , designed by Javier Pastor , and Plump modular sofa , by Studio expormim , located at the first of the above-mentioned restaurants. For the tapas bar, however, a different outdoor collection was selected: the highly resistant Out_Line hand-woven chairs , a creation by Valencian designer Nieves Contreras . These were combined with the ambient light of the Meridiano outdoor lamps, by Vibia, undoubtedly, one of the most important Spanish lighting companies nowadays. It was an ephemeral construction. Nonetheless, it welcomed more than 2 million visitors. What better showcase can you get? Architects: b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos Photography: Nava-Rapacchietta

With more than 50 years of experience Expormim is a company with great tradition in the production of furniture. With more than 50 years of experience, the company has consolidated in the market thanks to the ongoing process of modernization with special emphasis on the improved manufacturing processes, the selection of raw materials and a careful design of their products. Currently, EXPORMIM is present in more than 40 countries around the world. Over time, Expormim, constantly at the forefront, developed various product lines, adapting well to the tastes and trends of the markets, covering fully the needs of both homes (indoor) and gardens (outdoor) as well as the major hospitality facilities.

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