THE MAN’S WORK

Each LIGNIS® product is the result of the work of expert hands who dedicate time and passion to choose, cut and assembly natural materials by hand. LIGNIS® bases its activity on this important value. The artisan that performs a LIGNIS® product transfers to the object a part of himself, giving a sense of creativity and humanity to his own work. For this reason, choosing LIGNIS® means to donate to our indoor environments a unique product, never equal to any other one, made by authentic people for authentic people.

FROM PASSION TO CREATION:
HOW A LIGNIS® PRODUCT IS BORN

1.

DESIGN
AND PROJECT

2.

RESEARCH AND SELECTION
OF WOOD

3.

MANUAL
PROCESSING

4.

INLAYS
AND SPLICING

5.

PACKAGING
AND SHIPMENT

MATERIALS

LIGNIS® furnishing accessories are made with several wood species, everyone with unique characteristics

Materials

Wood species

LIGNIS® uses precious and rare wood species for the production of every single item.

MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES

TECHNIQUES

INLAYS

At each color change of a LIGNIS® object corresponds a different material, a single piece of veneer, sometimes really small, jointed to the other with patience and ability. 0,6 mm thin veneers are chosen one by one basing on the grain characteristics and on the most suitable colors for every single product. With the precision of the laser cut the pieces of wood are cut out and then joined together by hand, like a puzzle, respecting the sense of the wood grain.

TECHNIQUES

STUCCO TECHNIQUE

The wooden panel surface is engraved for a few tenths of a mm deep creating tiny furrows that will be filled by hand with the stucco. The color of the plaster is created specifically for every single product, in order to obtain the best combination with the color of wood. When laying 3 coats of plaster, there’s a next step of polishing and finishing touch of the surface by hand.

TECHNIQUES

BAS-RELIEF

All the Capriccio bas-relief details are made from a single sheet of wood veneer, cut, back supported, and pressed with heating technique and then strictly glued by hand on a previously inlaid panel, creating a three-dimensional effect with small shadows on the surface of the decorative panel.

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