Only a year after its introduction, the Alpilignum Collezione is already expanding. The collection offers a selection of Alpi veneers that are always available in any quantity desired and ready for delivery to any location. The collectionâs effectiveness and efficacy were immediately recognized by the world of interior and contract design, as it provides a concrete, targeted solution for those who design and manufacture furniture, windows, doors and interior coverings. As a result of this success, Alpi decided to expand and enhance the collection by adding woods that reflect the latest and most sophisticated trends in design, such as the elegant new Ammara Ebony, or the new Grey Oak finishes, which are particularly stylish and versatile.
The new range features 16 woods, including: American Walnut, Indian Rosewood, Wenge, Ebonies, Oaks, Zebrawood and Teak. As with all of the companyâs products, the woods used to manufacture the Alpilignum Collezione have a controlled origin and FSC certification. Alpi Group is the world leader in the production of multilaminar wood, which it manufactures by means of exclusive technology that permits the appearance of any type of natural wood to be reproduced using wood originating from rapid-growth plantations or forest concessions held by our subsidiary Alpicam. Alpi Group respects the strictest âcodes of conductâ, recognizing that forests are a renewable source of raw material and, more importantly, common resources.
Alpi is a member of the Tropical Forest Trust (TFT), with which the company has been working on developing sustainable forest management in Cameroon since 2007. Alpi Group has also obtained FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification, which confirms that the Italian Poplar and the African Ayous utilized in production originate from a forest that is managed in accordance with strict environmental, social and economic standards. The Italian Poplar and Ayous used by Alpi Group create an infinite variety of wood veneers whose quality and size are ideally suited to meet the needs of designers and manufacturers of furniture and doors.
Source: Alpi Group
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