is a Spanish company specialized in the production of garden furniture.
More than eighty years have passed since we were established, but Ezpeleta still designs and manufactures products for outdoor enjoyment with the same passion as ever. Its tradition and know-how, passed from one generation to the next, together with the strong innovations that the company has implemented during these last years, have made it one of the current leaders in outdoor equipment for the Contract industry.
Ezpeleta: sustainable design
Its main factory is located in Vila Nova de Cerveira, a strategic placement in the border between Galicia and Portugal. There, its in-house team designs and produces a wide range of furniture and umbrellas through the transformation of three main materials: polymers, metals, and fabrics.
Its drive for international projection led to its presence in all five continents, creating unique, functional, durable, different, current and environmentally-friendly spaces.
These last years, the company has focused its efforts on the gas-assisted injection of fibreglass-reinforced polypropylene. The furniture created with this process and material is light, comfortable, durable, resistant, very easy to clean and recyclable. This is why Ezpeleta maintains its commitment with new lines of chairs, tables and deck chairs based on this material, frequently using recycled materials.
The Ezpeleta collection
Its catalogue is completed with a wide variety of umbrellas featuring different formats, finishes and materials, thanks to a strong tradition and a constant innovation manufacturing this product. The environmental awareness of the company has led it to develop its Eolo Pureti
umbrella, which received the 2020 Red Dot Award and the 2020 Horeca New Business Models Award. The fabric of this umbrella incorporates a disruptive photocatalytic nanotechnology that helps to reduce pollution in the air we breathe neutralizing engine gases and other harmful substances. It is also 100% recyclable, following the line of our recent sustainability-driven developments.