Wood layers, with support made of strip wood. Boffi uses only wood from not primary forests, to guarantee an adequate restoration of the renewable raw materials. Doors and panels have vertical grain. The “old“ grey pinewood consists of pinewood solid boards recycled from renovation of old houses, barns and huts. The characteristic grey tone of this material is obtained by specific painting cycles, which give the typical “old” aspect to this wood. Possible cracks and deformations have to be considered characteristic part of the product. Since these pieces are very unique, they have the typical appeal of “imperfect things“ and they clearly display sign of times and bad weather; therefore they show deformations and wrinkles strength. Worktops obtained with old wooden boards offer a clear example of the wood vitality and instability. For this reasons each piece in solid wood has to be considered considered “unique“ and different from all the other ones.
It is a Solid Surface, non-porous and homogeneous, composed for about 1/3 of acrylic resin (polymethyl methacrylate or PMMA) and for about 2/3 of natural minerals consisting mainly of aluminium trihydrate (ATH), which is a mineral extracted from the bauxite used to produce aluminium.
AISI 316 box section stainless steel sheet