Wood is a noble material because it is an integral part of nature

It is the only raw material that continues to grow even while we are sleeping

SUSTAINABLE WOODS

IMPROVING PEOPLE’S WELL-BEING MEANS RESPECTING THE RICHNESS AND UNIQUENESS OF OUR PLANET.

Timber supply and forest management can and must take place according to the laws of sustainability and respect for people and nature.

For our part we contribute concretely to the respect and protection of our planet using reforestation woods. Cultural value is at the base of the methodology of forest utilization.
The culture on the best use of the forest and the attention to operate without upsetting the ecosystem is the primary objective that allows trees to be replaceable material.

THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABILITY APPLIED TO FORESTS

Sustainable development is  capable of guaranteeing the satisfaction of the needs of the present generation without compromising the possibility of the future generation of satisfying one’s own

The cutting of timber responds to the natural life cycle of the plant, and is linked to the incessant use that man makes of this natural resource that is renewable and can be planned in its availability.

THE BEAUTIFUL THAT RESPECTS THE ENVIRONMENT

Carpanelli mainly uses woods with the FSC brand
The FSC mark identifies the wood from well managed forests according to strict environmental, social and economic standards.

The Forestry Council (FSC) is an international non-profit organization, founded in 1993, for the development of an independent accreditation system, specifically oriented to the forest sector and recognized worldwide by associations such as WWF and Greenpeace.

FSC has implemented a system of accreditation and labeling of forest products that give the customer the guarantee that the product he has purchased comes from a well managed forest.

DYED WOODS 

Value and characteristic of stained woods is their iridescent chromaticity in different shades. This is not a simple superficial painting but it is a total coloring that is done on the whole trunk of the plant. Therefore the final tonality of “stained wood” reflects the various characteristics of the trunk of each individual plant and its natural characteristics such as veins and knots. Therefore slight differences in the tonality of the slabs must be understood as a value and natural characteristic of real wood that differentiates from the obvious chromatic uniformity of industrial surfaces.