The use of demolition wood is a noble form of expression in the realization of an architectural project, from the simplest to the most sophisticated, since its objective of working the contrast between the old and the modern is highlighted, it results in beautiful works, with elegance and ecological responsibility.
Sustainability and reuse of materials are undoubtedly the major global trends. In decoration, this appeal to the economy can be seen through the use of recycled materials. And in this regard, the demolition wood is a strong reality.
If you’re an architect, fine home builder, cabinetmaker or rare woods purist, our Gazola Wood will give your next project exceptional beauty, strength and a captivating story that dates back 100 years. The allure that our reclaimed Peroba Rosa provides is beyond compare.
Many woods from demolition processes are noble. Extinct or with natural extraction prohibited by law, these woods can only be used if they are reused from old buildings, hence the importance of not missing the opportunity to reuse this material. Highly resistant, woods such as Peroba Rosa, Ipe, Jacaranda among others can be transformed into durable and beautiful furniture.
Reclaimed wood is here to stay! We at Gazola Wood could not be more excited to offer such a great product on the market, so we decided to compile a list with 10 reasons why we love reclaimed wood, and you should too! Check it out!
Cumaru decking is a beautiful decking material that features striking grain characteristics and rich yellow-brown coloring. It is well known for its density and hardness, both factors in making it one of the most durable and desirable natural decking materials on the planet. It is also known as Brazilian Chestnut and Brazilian Teak, growing natively in Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, The Guianas, and Colombia.