Artisan treats walnut, cherry and elm wood only with superheated steam to reach an ideal colour with an accentuated texture without jeopardising the structure and ecological values of the wood. The wood is covered, ventilated in storage facilities at carefully selected geographic locations best suited for natural drying until a critical moisture level is reached- appropriate for the continued drying in computer-controlled chambers using state-of-the-art wood drying software.
What follows next is the selection of wood from the storage facility and its cutting to the desired lengths and widths, machine processing and gluing into boards, drying and acclimatization. The wood is then prepared for assembling the end product, the cutting and cropping of the completed boards or elements through the use of a 5-axis Homag CNC machine.
The final production stages are assembling and finishing work. The use of natural oils, soaps, wax and varnish substances (or the combination of them) on dried wood ensures a longer lifespan, preserves its naturalness and improves the visual wood features – colour, texture, etc.