Materials

The choice of materials of excellence and great quality is fundamental for a piece to be perfect

Wood

A high quality wood product could last a lifetime. Wood is a material that’s simple to use, to maintain and to repair. The richness of wood gives our home interior a feeling of comfort and joy. Wood blended with other materials, makes it more beautiful and useful and we can’t imagine a better blend then cork… it just feels natural! After all, cork is the outer bark of a special variety of oak tree. To emphasize this fusion, we use natural oils to reveal all the organic beauty of wood and at the same time enable it to “breathe”. You can feel it and smell it!
Each little detail in every single piece of furniture is carefully executed and all parts are sandpapered by hand as a finishing touch.

American Walnut

ASH TREE

Beech

European OAK

Natural Oil Finishes

A continuous quality control ensures that our furniture collection is at all times

not only beautiful to look at,  but also has a long lifetime.

The final step that makes each piece of furniture unique

COLOURED WOOD

The Coloured wood is semi-transparent coloured appearance, allows the natural texture and depth of the wood to stay visible.
A special technology of staining is put into application directly in the wood.
Since the microstructure of the wooden surfaceis not smooth but rough, the stained wood appears naturally matt despite his colouring.

BLUE PASTEL

MINT PASTEL

PINK PASTEL

SMOKE

BLACK

NATURAL CORK FABRIC

33% of the world’s total area of cork oak forest is concentrated in Portugal!
It takes 45 years to harvest the first high quality cork.
Cork trees can be harvest every 9 years (producing around 45 KL of good quality cork).
It can be harvest around 16 times during its life.
A cork tree lives between 150 to 200 years!
A cork tree can reach 25 meters height.
The scientific term for cork oak tree is “Quercus Suber L”
The main characteristics of cork are: lightness, impermeability to liquid and gases, compressibility, elasticity, insulator (thermic, acoustic, anti-vibrant), doesn’t burn in live flame, higly abrasion resistant.
Each cubic centimetre of cork contains around 40 million cells and each cell is filled with gases similar to air!
The Cork is unique, from the outer bark of the evergreen cork oak (Quercus suber). The life cycle of cork, as a raw material, starts with the extraction of the bark from cork oaks. The so-called harvesting or stripping, which is carried out during the most active stage in the annual growth of the cork occurs from mid-May or early June to the end of august. But it is, above all, a material that is one hundred per cent natural, recyclable and reusable, essential qualities in a more environmentally friendly and less polluted modern society.
The cork fabrics are very special, feels somewhat like suede, but are naturally water resistant, inert, light weight, impermeable to liquids and gases, vibration damping and resistant to wear and temperature changes.
The cork fabrics are naturally hypo-allergenic, anti-microbial and anti-fungal. All our patterns are made ​​from natural cork without artificial coloring.
The different patterns are achieved only with a combination of different bonding and cutting of the cork.

The NATURAL PATTERNS

SIDE WALK
SIDE WALK BROWN
SIDE DARK BROWN
TECKTONIK
PINION
RISKY
MESCLA
MESCLA DARK
CRAFT
RAINBOW

Soft - Leathers

Col White
Col 100
Col 104
Col 123
Col 129
Col 136
Col 301
Col 304
Col 305
Col 307
Col 308
Col 316
Col 332
Col 344
Col 346
Col 358
Col 360
Col 367
Col 368
col 372
Col 384
Col 387
Col 394
Col 398
Col 407
Col 611
Col 677
Col 699
Col 2078 TT
Col 2517 TT
Col 4460
Col 8371
Col Black

Luxor - Leathers

Col Arabescue
Col Caramel
Col Chocolate
Col Claret
Col Cream
Col Excalibur
Col Foresta
Col Hazelnut
Col Hazelnut
Col Indigo
Col Marrone
Col Orange
Col Oxblood
Col Sage
Col Sand
Col Sapphire

Luxor Mate Leathers

Col 16102
Col 16114
Col 16118
Col 16120
Col 16124
Col 16138
Col 16142
Col 16150
Col 16152
Col 16190
Col 16196
Col 16196
Col 16198
Col 16410
Col 16200
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