Teak second interior mosaic series|life includes unique, one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly solutions made of solid wood. The history of teak mosaics begins in Indonesia - the largest island nation in the world, with more than 17 islands. Wooden boats are mainly used to move the population between the different parts of the country. For this reason, there is a particularly high concentration of old wooden vessels. The same applies to the large number of old fishing wooden huts and houses. In short - Indonesia is home to a huge amount of old timber. Why then endanger nature and cut down its vegetation, when we can make an effort and create something beautiful from the old tree?
This is how the idea for the Teak second teak mosaic series was born|life. As neither freshly felled trees nor trees from plantations are used for the production, the used wood gets a chance for second use and life, and hence the name - Teak second|life. In this way, together we choose an ecological way of using natural wood resources. The use of used and recycled wood for the production of beautiful wooden mosaics for interior use is a way to significantly change the look of the premises while giving our environmentally friendly contribution.
The technology of production of teak mosaic begins with drying the material. Subsequently, it is cut into small pieces. They are carefully sorted by type and glued on a 9 mm thick sheet of high quality hydrophobic WBP plywood. The last operation is the light and fine sanding of the surface. The end result is beautiful and distinctive wooden mosaics, able to transform any interior.
Oak and walnut wooden mosaics are handmade from residual wood and old wooden elements, thus having an excellent ecological balance. Each of the collections such as Memory (bleached wood), Gently (split wood), Cuts (cut wood) or Invy (rustic wood) are truly handmade unique pieces. Squares, rectangles and slats of different wood and with different formats, surfaces, designs and colors, create a unique atmosphere and remove the restrictions on the individual design of walls and rooms.