Brookside Veneers Ltd.
The industry leader in the marketing and distribution of fine composite wood veneer in North America since 1973
Literature to help simplify specifying and using Brookside wood veneer products.
Find detailed information on our veneer lines and learn more about how to apply them to your needs. With endless color variations, textures and structures our veneer products are sure to please every project necessity.
We offer a variety of products to match your manufacturing methods and equipment.
Find information on fabricating, installation, application, staining and finishing procedures. Learn more about Braewood® and Brookline® wood products, their manufacturing process and the benefits of using Brookside Veneers.
Brookside veneers, in conjunction with Alpi®, the Italian manufacturer of Brookline® and Braewood® Prefinished veneers, is well known for its commitment to quality, and respected for its responsible approach to harvesting and processing wood products.
Our commitment to excellence and desire to help our customers achieve the best possible results have helped us earn the patronage of the top companies specializing in contract and residential furniture, kitchens, store fixtures, architectural woodworking, and door manufacturing.
French Palette by Piero Lissoni
The new “French Palette” collection is inspired by the French painting of the early 1700s, where the tones were often delicate and light. A project that takes the research on color to a higher step, conveying ALPI’s deeper sense of the material and its aesthetic culture. Each color comes from careful study, during which Piero Lissoni, together with the ALPI technical division, has measured and balanced every single nuance to achieve the desired effect.
A palette of soft but forceful tones, hints of evergreens, and more refined nuances like teal blue and burgundy.
The new collection is produced in poplar wood from Italian arboriculture sites, and hence with totally sustainable raw materials. Ecological renewable raw material par excellence.
Wavy Fir by Raw Edges
The collection stems from the reinterpretation of the raw material, with the aim of expressing the sensation of natural wood through graphic motifs. Inspired by the typical striped grain of fir and pine, the studio Raw Edges has shaped soft curves to create a surprising graphic pattern.
The Wavy Fir wood available in two color variants plays with the “zoom in/zoom out” dialectic, giving rise to different perceptions: seen overall, the wood has an utterly natural look, but from up close it is possible to observe the undulating movement of the grain, bringing a sense of dynamism to the surface.
Wood Collection by Piero Lissoni
This year ALPI, together with Piero Lissoni, reinterprets the elegance of mahogany in the ALPI Honduras wood, a surface with a contemporary language that offers new expressive possibilities while expanding the range of application of this precious species.
Piero Lissoni, a designer with a refined approach and a minimalist style, explores new expressions of mahogany through the model ALPI Honduras, replicating its natural beauty while bringing out the original chromatic properties and grain. The result is an intense texture of brown tones that adds character and refinement to spaces. ALPI thus expands the range of application of mahogany to all types of interior design, making it possible to clad any surface or volume with this wood.
Designer Collection by Patricia Urquiola
The new Designer Collection created by Patricia Urquiola is based on the desire to explore new stylistic codes through various contaminations derived from the world of architecture, while linking back to the outstanding heritage of ALPI in a tribute to the woods that have written the company’s history.
Patricia Urquiola thus combines tradition and innovation to give rise to wood patterns in the form of a grid, suggested by the orderly forms of contemporary architecture.
The new textures are divided into two variants, each representing a different aesthetic approach: the first, ALPI Grada, focuses on the use of color, while the second, ALPI Quadra, explores the concept of volume.
Gamperana Triplex, designed by Martino Gamper is a completely new type of wood with geometric texture and a combination of natural tones and color accents organized as a set of three different wood veneers.
Ph. Credit Federico Cedrone
Blush Cherry, Honey Cherry and Sienna Cherry
Three gradually shaded tones of the new ALPI veneer designed by Piero Lissoni. A unique interpretation of cherry wood that was created to enhance the original identity of wood and to discover new aesthetic results.