A collection of decorative wooden surfaces with the highest quality, made in collaboration with the world’s leading designers. Wood veneers with endless color variations, textures and structures, suitable for the application on many kinds of surfaces with absolutely original chromatic effects that are a great source of inspiration and will please every project necessity.
Xilo 2.0 & Tarsie collections by Piero Lissoni – Decorative veneers presented in a balanced range of colors from pale to dark. Inspired from nature and geometry creating a truly original look for commercial and home interiors with a design outcome guaranteed to impress.
The geometric design of the grid forms the basis of this collection created by Patricia Urquiola. ALPI Grada is a surface in which the magic of color determines the form. The grid has been developed through an ordered system of colors and gradual shadings. ALPI Quadra is a geometric ton-sur-ton surface marked by the orderly lines of the grid, which combines wood varieties based on the warm, natural tones of oak and walnut.
The amazing wonders of the Amazon have inspired the Campana brothers to create the textures of the ALPI Piaçava and ALPI Pirarucu veneers: A name of a coconut palm tree used by local craftsmen, and one of the world’s largest freshwater fish species, also typical of the Amazon River.
Sottsass collection – wood veneers available in four color patterns: red, orange, brown and grey. Ettore Sottsass created dynamic connections between visual art and design, introducing a potentially infinite range of possibilities and a design style.
Playing with tones of grey and beige, the textile woods designed in collaboration with Matteo Ragni are inspired by the classic waves of menswear fabrics.
Rain & Cloudy collection, designed by the Copenhagen studio GamFratesi, captures an impressionistic vision of nature represented on the wood surface – options that can be used for a dreamy, fascinating effect.
Drapery & Grid Wood – Two decorative wood veneers, invented by the Swedish design duo Front. Two original designs, which bring a contemporary spin to the centuries-old art of inlays and wood veneers.
The designer Kengo Kuma has taken inspiration from the barks of two trees to create textures which stand out for their rough and fierce patterns.