WOOD

beech

FSC® certified lumber is used.
Beech is available in many countries around the world, including Europe and North America. In Europe, it has been known for centuries as the “Queen of the Forest” while Oak is the “King of the Forest”.
Beech is a hard, strong wood. The sapwood is a transparent, light pink color, while the heartwood is lightly reddish brown color. Since this wood is very resilient and perfect for bending, it is often used in curved chairs and molded plywood. It is also used in lacquer craft green body, as handles for tools, and for wooden toys.

oak

FSC® certified lumber is used.
Oak thrives in large forests, and has been used for centuries for furniture and construction material in Europe and North America. It has also been widely used for building ships and barrels for wine and other alcohol. In England, it is used in the crest of the Royal Household. It is called the “King of the Forest”, and is known for its strength and long life.
The primary feature of oak is its warmth. Plain-sawn oak shows a strong grain, while quarter-sawn oak presents a delicate, gentle surface. In addition, quarter-sawn oak features a unique medullary ray pattern that is known as a “tigroid”.

maple

FSC® certified lumber is used.
Among the maple family, the harder species are known as “hard maple”, as opposed to “soft maple”. Maple is found widely in North America, primarily in eastern Canada and the midwest and northeast regions of the United States. It is well-known for producing maple syrup. The heartwood is a lightly reddish brown color, while the sapwood is white mixed with light pink. Maple is heavy, hard, and strong against impacts.
Maple is often used for gymnasium floors, bowling lanes and pins, and skis.

ash

Ash is a deciduous broad-leaved tree widely distributed in the north temperate zones of Europe, North America, and Asia. It is one of the tallest trees in Europe and appears in Nordic myths as the “world tree”. It is ring-porous wood with clear patterns of annual rings, which is especially prominent on the cross grain. Quickly grown timber has rugged characteristics and is used for products such as baseball bats and helves of axes or hammers. It also makes good bentwood and is widely used for furniture and architectural materials.

walnut

FSC® certified lumber is used.
Walnut has a beautiful grain that is used in many types of high-quality furniture and as decorative material/sliced veneer in artwork. It is known as one of the world's three most precious woods, along with teak and mahogany. Walnut is subject to planned logging in carefully controlled and cultivated forests. The features of this lumber include a rich and dignified appearance with a deep brown color and dense grain patterns. Many years of frequent use will bring about subtle changes in the color that only increase the elegance of the wood.

pine (acetylated wood)

This is wood made of pine from New Zealand and Chile that has been subject to the acetylation process. Acetylated wood is formed by creating a reaction between the wood and acetic anhydride (a type of acetic acid) at high temperature that replaces the "hydroxyl group" in the cell walls of the wood with an "acetyl group" in order to change the characteristics of the wood. This processing method is environmentally friendly. The acetylation process makes the wood highly resistant to rotting, and it is used in outdoor wood applications such as bridges, floodgates, decks and wood sashes.

FABRIC

M-01

TWILL

A fabric made from 100% polyester thread that has a wool-like texture. Its rich texture and feel are especially appealing. It comes in a deep color combination that combines three colors of thread.

[ Composition ]
Polyester 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

M-02

MIX FLANO

This fabric is 90% wool and 10% nylon, and treated with flano. Nylon provides additional strength to this material.

*Bonding Finish
#7099 use material for sofas that has been subjected to a bonding process, which consists of affixing a low-stretch foundation cloth to the surface of the material, thereby improving the stretching and physical strength of the fabric.
Such finish gives the material itself a voluminous appearance, creating a truly luxurious product in both look and feel. This fabric can be dry-cleaned.
Material components: Mix flano (front side), wool 90%, nylon 10%
Foundation cloth (backside): Polyester 100%

[ Composition ]
Wool 90% / Nylon 10%

FRANK

This fabric is 90% wool and 10% nylon, and treated with flano. It is highly elastic fabric that fits three-dimensional forms. It produces deep colors due to the wool content, and is provided with wide color options.

[ Composition ]
Wool 90% / Nylon10%

[ Flame Resistance ]
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

Remix

This fabric consists of 90% wool and 10% nylon having a dense and delicate texture like fine men's suit. It has a distinctive hue of colors from mélange yarns, with each thread consisting of several different colors, and the smooth touch.

[ Composition ]
Wool 90% / Nylon 10%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

BALI

This fabric has depth, but with a simple makeup of 67% rayon, 16% cotton, 15% linen, and 2% silk. 1m2 contains 3400 vertical strands and 1600 horizontal strands, and it is antifouling and waterproofed with Teflon.

[ Composition ]
Rayon 67% / Cotton 16% / Linen15% / Silk 2%

SAGA

This fabric has a nice texture that is soft to the touch. It is 80% polyester and 20% cotton, woven together with a fine chenille yarn. It is extremely tough, and combines strands of different colors to yield a vivid color variation with an impression of depth.

[ Composition ]
Polyester 80% / Cotton 20%

MAYA

A plain weave textile having the warp and the weft in same thickness alternately positioned. It has a distinctive feature of plump texture with beautiful contrast of carefully selected bicolor threads.

[ Composition ]
Polyester 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS 5852 Source5
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

Merit

Merit is woven using both substantial and fine yarns to create a soft, dimensional surface. Cross-dyeing the textile using two different colors adds depth and texture.

[ Composition ]
Polyester 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

M-03

Melange Nap

A material composed of melange thread made from 97% wool and 3% nylon. Its main characteristics are the deep color combination and the soft texture of its brushed outer surface.

[ Composition ]
Wool 97% / Nylon 3%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

M-04

Hero

Woven textile which consists of 96% wool and 4% nylon. Due to its finishing treatment, it has a felt-like surface. It stands out for its muted, yet vibrant hues, and the slightly raised nap.

[ Composition ]
Wool 96% / Nylon 4%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

M-05

Divina

This fabric is 100% wool, and manufactured by weaving the vertical and horizontal strand while applying heat and felting by rubbing.With its subtle and finely-textured feel, this fabric provides a relaxing and refined impression.

[ Composition ]
Wool 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS 5852 Source5
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

Divina MD

This fabric is created by applying heat to 100% wool textile while kneading it to create a felt-like texture. The combination of two different colored fibers results beautiful shades and color depth to this fabric.

[ Composition ]
Wool 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS 5852 Source5
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

Hallingdal

This basic fabric uses blended yarn that is 70% wool and 30% rayon. It combines the soft yet excellent durability characteristics of wool with the rich in color tone of rayon. The deep and high-quality color is created by dying before weaving into fabric.

[ Composition ]
Wool 70% / Rayon 30%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS 5852 Source5
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

Steelcut Trio

This fabric is 90% wool and 10% nylon, and has a delicately irregular texture. It features a smooth touch and three-dimensional color patterns produced by weaving yarns with several different colors together.

[ Composition ]
Wool 90% / Nylon 10%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117

MESH

Mesh

The thread in this 100% polyester mesh weave is coated with PVC resin. This material features a plain yet fresh appearance, while being resistant to both pulling and fire.


[ Composition ]
Polyester 100%

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS EN 1021-1&2

WEBBING

Webbing

This high-grade, glossy weaving tape is 100% nylon. This strip-shaped type features an intricate and delicate weave, and is dyed to a vivid, original color.

[ Composition ]
Nylon 100%

LEATHER

L-01

#5191 -
Leather with a pigmented finish that is smooth to the touch. It is a shaved leather with a fine texture but also retains its original grain and streak patterns. The thick coat of color on the surface enhances the maintainability and stain resistance while also enhancing the beauty. It is a leather that is both beautiful and functional.

#5006 -
It is a colorless natural leather that is tanned over a long period of time with tannins extracted from plants. The more you use this leather, the more it adapts gently to your body, and the sunlight and oils on your hands give it a rich color and shine. The colorless tanned leather clearly shows its distinctive marks such as grains, wrinkles, and scars, and each leather has its own expression and no two are the same. Because there is no coating on the surface, it is susceptible to moisture, and the stains once absorbed may not be cleaned. But one can always appreciate the scars and stains as a sign of ageing.

L-02

elmosoft

It is a full-grain leather used without shaving the surface to fully tap into its rich leathery look. To achieve a semi-aniline finish, the leather is dyed and then coated with a very thin layer of pigment. It has a soft, natural texture and is resistant to stains and color transfer. Apart from grains and pores, it may have scars and wrinkles, but we consider these as unique characteristics of the leather and use them in our products as long as there are no issues with durability. It's important to keep in mind that the surface coating on unpigmented leather is thinner and more susceptible to stains than the coating on pigmented leather.

[ Flame Resistance ]
BS 5852 Source5
BS EN 1021-1&2
US Cal. Tech. Bull. 117