Our bamboo grows in Anji, a province in China

Solid Bamboo is a very durable material, first of all,

because it is not wood but grass.

When pruning, we leave the roots intact, 

resulting in new stems

When we talk about  sustainability we mean  sustainability


Bamboo grows faster than any tree,

it take 5 years to grow to a height of 35 meters,

In addition, a bamboo forest converts 30% more CO2

into oxygen than a wood bush.


Anji is one of the richest provinces of China.

Employees are not allowed to work more than 7 hours a day.                                                                                                                                                     


At first we split the stems.


These rough strips

are planed to straight 20 x 5 mm strips,


which are subsequently dried


Bamboo is available in "naturel"  (birch) in "caramel"

(cherry) and in very dark (coffee). Naturel is the bamboo own color

The dark colour arises from caramelization: bamboo contains sugar,

if you steam bamboo, it will  become caramel colored

No artifials are being added to this process


After drying, the strips are glued together vertically or horizontally

Here you see bamboo caramel horizontally in the table Grand Arc

Here you will see an example of very dark bamboo with the sugar being burned

Pressed bamboo (strand woven bamboo) consists of bamboo fiber strips

30 cm strips are compressed together to 30 mm bamboo.

This creates an extremely hard material in which every shelf is unique.

Above you see natural and caramel mixed together.