Located in Riudellots de la Selva (Girona), the main Aridi site has a surface area of over 3,200 m2, from which we distribute our office furniture all over the world. Internationally prestigious companies such as Mercedes, BMW, Deloitte, Vodafone and Porcelanosa, to name but a few, have opted for our creations to furnish their offices. This is because we are meticulous about the creation process for each line of furniture down to the last detail. From the conception and design phase through to the manufacturing process, from the quality and durability of the materials to the precision of the finishing and the design of the accessories, and finally our customer care when distributing our pieces.
Because we know that the workplace needs the best possible working environment and we know how to provide it.
Since Aridi was founded in 1979, we have worked based on the same philosophy: office furniture should adapt to the work and the workers, not the other way around. People cannot work, debate, think or create effectively in an uncomfortable, sober and restrictive workplace. Any changes to the working routine or in the workforce need not render some pieces of furniture unusable or oblige people to work together in cramped conditions where they disturb one another.
All the furniture lines which are dispatched from our site share two essential characteristics: they have an innovative, meticulous and elegant design to optimise space and to transmit sensations which allow work to flow and they are flexible and functional so they can be adapted and reconfigured according to our clients’ needs.
In summary, we do not create static furniture but fluid pieces capable of adapting to any configuration while maintaining the balance and harmony of the office space.
Teixidó is the creative mind behind the Aridi furniture collections. An industrial designer with an international reputation, he has also given lectures at the University School of Design and Art in Barcelona. He has worked and continues to work for prestigious companies and events such as Axa International, Shetug, Disform and Expo Seville 92.
Not only are his designs singular, distinctive and innovative, but they also have an almost magical element: they transmit sensations. Of order, harmony and balance, of good taste, spaciousness and comfort. Of freedom. All of which is needed in a working environment so that the work can flow.