Recycled wood, an eco-friendly choice.
Despite the discovery of many modern materials in the furniture industry, wood remains one of the main protagonists, probably because of its natural ability to stir pleasant feelings. Alongside this, however, is a trend which priorities the use of reclaimed wood, transforming it into unique pieces of furniture. Marchi Cucine embraces this philosophy by using recycled wood for its modular kitchens, thus creating unique looks such as Lab 40 and Brera 76.
Environmentally friendly brand ethics
Recovering wood from mountain huts and old farmhouses means we are able to create a line of modular kitchens without cutting down a single tree, helping the environment by combining productivity and sustainability. Wood is a resource that can be renewed, but is not infinite.
This means never shying away from stylistic experimentation, but exploring new areas of taste, all the while meeting the needs of a public who is becoming increasingly aware of production processes capable of reducing waste. Our solution is to utilize wood that would otherwise go to waste. This is how our recycled wood models Lab 40 and Brera 76 were born.
After a first stage in which experts examine the wood for impurities, each piece is analyzed with a metal detector to remove even the smallest metal residues.
Production is entrusted to expert woodworkers, who are able, thanks to their craftsmanship, to exalt each surface and create original and evocative kitchens. The wood thus begins a life anew as shapes are recreated and reinterpreted.
Our production is environmentally friendly thanks to modern eco-friendly painting techniques. An impalpable protective finish is exclusively used to bring out the naturalness of the surfaces.
To Marchi Cucine innovation is key: human know-how and modern machines are combined to build unique pieces in line with quality and production requisites characteristic of Italian excellence.
Where wood is key