– FROM THE WOODS TO MACHINED MATERIALS.
Curly birch is carefully harvested and machined in to high-class materials.
– FROM MATERIALS TO PROCESSED SHAPES AND COLOURS.
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–THE DEFINITION OF VERSATILITY.
Think of it as unpacking a mysterious gift;
every tree has its own unique patterns.
It is a decorative detail, yet has the potential
to create an entire landscape in interior design.
Curly birch is
a special variety
of the silver birch.
with even hologram-like
Grows naturally only
in Northern Europe, and parts of Eastern and Central Europe.
and new luxury
in the same package.
Its density and hardness
are greater than those of
the normal silver birch.
A premium material
A wide range of
When harvesting the cultivated timber the natural forests are carefully protected.
– uniquely beautiful wood.
Long tradition in Finland
The cultivation of curly birch has a long tradition in Finland. Interest in the commercial cultivation of curly birch has increased significantly since the 1980’s.
This unique wood will be available regularly in larger quantities for industrial use.
Harvesting curly birch timber from cultivated, certified stands does not endanger the few individuals in natural forests.
In the vast forests of Finland, the curly birch conceals pretty surprises for the most adventurous designers.
Vivid wood, beautiful inside.
Spice it with curly birch. Magic with curly birch.
Freshen up with curly birch.
Curly birch makes it alive.
a FEW EXAMPLES
OF THE COMMERCIAL
USE OF CURLY BIRCH
Curly birch makes wooden furnishing products alive.
Curly birch can be used with many materials, such as wood, metal or even textile.
Curly birch creates a unique visual appearance and technical benefits for the product.
Stabilised curly birch is a stunning visual aspect on a high-tech product.
WHAT IS YOUR
WITH CURLY BIRCH?
Veneers of curly birch have traditionally been used in interior decoration, furnishing and panelling, e.g. banks, offices, luxury homes, ships, and high-end cars. Wood of smaller dimensions is used by artisans when making highly valued products such as gifts, souvenirs, tools and wooden dishes.