Passionate about woodworking, our company excels in manufacturing and interior design. Experts in crafting custom wood furniture, fixtures, and accents, we prioritize functionality and aesthetics. Our skilled woodworkers deliver high-quality craftsmanship exceeding expectations. Whether for residential or commercial projects, we bring your vision to life with expertise and dedication. Committed to outstanding customer service, we work closely to ensure your satisfaction.

◦ Hardwood+

Hardwood refers to wood that comes from deciduous trees, which are known for their dense and durable nature. Hardwood is typically sourced from species such as oak, maple, mahogany, and walnut. It is highly regarded for its strength, resistance to wear, and natural beauty. Hardwood is commonly used in high-quality furniture, flooring, cabinetry, and decorative applications.

◦ Solid Wood+

Solid wood refers to lumber that is made entirely from a single piece of wood, without any composite or engineered components. It retains the natural characteristics and beauty of the tree it came from, including grain patterns, knots, and color variations. Solid wood is valued for its durability, longevity, and the ability to be refinished. It is used in a wide range of applications, including furniture, flooring, doors, and paneling.

◦ Glulam+

Glulam, short for glued laminated timber, is an engineered wood product made by bonding multiple layers of wood veneers or boards together using strong adhesives. This construction method provides enhanced structural strength, stability, and resistance to warping or splitting. Glulam is commonly used in beams, columns, and other load-bearing applications in construction.

◦ Hollow-Core Wood+

Hollow-core wood refers to a type of engineered wood product that features a hollow interior, typically surrounded by a solid wood or veneered surface. This design allows for a lighter weight while still providing structural strength. Hollow-core wood is often used in the construction of doors, furniture, and panels, where weight reduction and cost-effectiveness are desired.

◦ Veneered Wood+

Veneered wood consists of a thin layer of real wood, called veneer, bonded to a base material such as plywood, particleboard, or MDF (medium-density fiberboard). Veneered wood offers the aesthetic appeal and natural beauty of real wood at a more affordable price. It is commonly used in furniture, cabinetry, wall paneling, and decorative applications.

◦ MDF+

MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, is an engineered wood product made by breaking down wood fibers, combining them with a resin binder, and forming panels under high temperature and pressure. MDF has a uniform and smooth surface, is highly stable, and has no visible grain. It is widely used in furniture, cabinetry, millwork, and shelving due to its versatility, cost-effectiveness, and ease of machining.

◦ Solid Wood+

Plywood is a panel product made by bonding multiple layers, or plies, of thin wood veneers together with adhesives. The layers are arranged so that the grain direction alternates, providing strength and stability. Plywood is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, dimensional stability, and resistance to warping or splitting. It is commonly used in construction, furniture, cabinetry, flooring, and packaging.




Immersed in glasswork artistry, our unmatched creativity and craftsmanship set us apart. Masters in the realm of glass, we shape molten glass with meticulous attention to detail. Our creations include bespoke furniture exuding elegance, shimmering countertops, and captivating accents radiating wonder. Dedicated to pushing boundaries, we employ innovative techniques and source high-quality materials for durable, artistic pieces.

◦ Clear Glass+

Transparent glass that allows maximum light transmission and provides an unobstructed view. It is commonly used in windows, doors, and tabletops where visibility is desired.

◦ Tempered Glass+

Glass that has undergone a special heat treatment process to increase its strength and safety characteristics. When broken, tempered glass fractures into small, rounded pieces instead of sharp shards, reducing the risk of injury. It is commonly used in applications requiring high durability, such as shower doors, car windows, and glass furniture.

◦ Tinted Glass+

Glass that has been treated with a tinted film or a colored coating to reduce the amount of sunlight and glare transmitted through it. Tinted glass offers privacy and can help regulate the amount of heat entering a space. It is commonly used in windows, doors, and automotive applications.

◦ Lacquered Glass+

Glass that has been coated with a layer of lacquer on one side, providing a glossy and reflective surface. Lacquered glass is often used for decorative purposes, such as backsplashes, partitions, and furniture, as it adds a sleek and modern touch to the surroundings.

◦ Frosted Glass+

Glass that has been treated to create a translucent or opaque appearance by sandblasting, acid etching, or applying a frosted film. Frosted glass allows light to pass through while diffusing it, providing privacy and a decorative effect. It is commonly used in shower enclosures, windows, and interior doors.

◦ Beveled Glass+

Glass that has been shaped with angled edges, typically cut at a specific bevel angle. Beveled glass adds an elegant and decorative touch, creating a prism-like effect that reflects and refracts light. It is commonly used in windows, mirrors, and glass panels.

◦ Stained Glass+

Glass that has been colored or painted with various pigments to create intricate designs or patterns. Stained glass is often used in windows, lamps, and decorative art pieces, adding vibrant colors and a unique artistic flair.

◦ Textured Glass+

Glass that has been processed to create a textured surface, adding visual interest and privacy. Textured glass can have various patterns, such as ribbed, frosted, or geometric designs. It is commonly used in doors, windows, and partitions, allowing light to pass through while obscuring the view.

◦ Mirror Glass+

Glass that has been coated on one side with a reflective material, usually silver or aluminum, to create a mirrored surface. Mirror glass is used for functional and decorative purposes, such as in bathrooms, dressing rooms, and furniture, providing reflection and enhancing the perception of space.

◦ Distressed Glass+

Mirror glass that has undergone intentional distressing techniques to create an aged or antique appearance. The distressing may include adding scratches, patinas, or other signs of wear and tear, giving the mirror glass a unique and vintage charm. It is often used in decorative mirrors and furniture pieces.




Our resin work is unparalleled in manufacturing and interior design. Experts in crafting custom resin pieces, we ensure functionality and visual appeal. Our skilled craftsmen create unique resin furniture, countertops, and accents, adding sophistication to your space. Using the highest quality materials, our resin work is durable and long-lasting. Whether an interior designer or homeowner, we're committed to exceptional customer service, supporting you in bringing your resin ideas to life.

◦ Opaque+

Opaque resinwork involves using resin that has been tinted or colored to create an opaque or solid appearance. This type of resinwork is often used to create vibrant and solid-colored objects or artworks. The opaque nature of the resin does not allow light to pass through, resulting in a non-translucent finish.

◦ Transparent+

Transparent resinwork involves using clear or transparent resin to create a see-through effect, allowing light to pass through the resin. Transparent resinwork is often used to encapsulate objects, create resin jewelry, or produce artworks with a glass-like appearance. The transparency of the resin enhances the visibility of embedded elements or creates a glossy and reflective surface.

◦ Pearlescent+

Pearlescent resinwork incorporates special pigments or additives that give the resin a pearlescent or iridescent effect. These pigments create a subtle play of colors and shimmer when light hits the resin. Pearlescent resinwork is often used to add a unique and eye-catching touch to various crafts, jewelry, and artistic creations. The resulting finish can resemble the iridescent glow of pearls or certain minerals.




Our metal works excel in manufacturing and interior design. We specialize in creating functional and visually appealing metal products, from custom furniture to intricate fixtures. Whether you're an interior designer seeking unique elements or a business owner needing custom fabrication, we support you every step. Let us bring your ideas to life with our exceptional metalworking abilities.

◦ Aluminum+

A lightweight and corrosion-resistant metal that is widely used in various applications. It is known for its durability, versatility, and high strength-to-weight ratio. Aluminum is commonly used in construction, aerospace, automotive, and household products.

◦ Steel+

A strong and durable alloy made primarily from iron and carbon. Steel is highly versatile and used in a wide range of applications due to its strength, rigidity, and affordability. It is commonly used in construction, manufacturing, infrastructure, and automotive industries.

◦ Stainless Steel+

A corrosion-resistant steel alloy that contains a high percentage of chromium. Stainless steel is highly resistant to staining, rusting, and corrosion, making it ideal for applications requiring hygiene, durability, and aesthetic appeal. It is commonly used in kitchen appliances, cutlery, medical equipment, and architectural structures.

◦ Marine Grade Stainless Steel+

A specific type of stainless steel that is specifically designed to withstand the corrosive effects of marine environments. It contains higher levels of corrosion-resistant elements such as molybdenum, making it suitable for applications exposed to saltwater or harsh coastal conditions.

◦ Brass+

An alloy made primarily of copper and zinc, with varying proportions. Brass is valued for its decorative appeal, malleability, and acoustic properties. It is commonly used in musical instruments, plumbing fixtures, decorative hardware, and electrical connectors.

◦ Copper+

A highly conductive metal known for its excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. Copper is also valued for its corrosion resistance and malleability. It finds applications in electrical wiring, plumbing systems, architectural accents, and industrial machinery.

◦ Wrought Iron+

A tough and ductile iron alloy that has been worked by hand. Wrought iron is known for its decorative appeal, strength, and resistance to corrosion. It is commonly used in ornamental ironwork, gates, fences, and historical architectural features. However, its use has become less common in modern construction due to the availability of more affordable alternatives.




Our mastery in stonework craftsmanship sets us apart in the realms of construction and interior design. With an unwavering commitment to excellence, we specialize in crafting bespoke stone pieces that seamlessly marry functionality with aesthetic appeal. Our adept artisans collaborate closely with you to produce distinctive stonework furniture, countertops, and accents that effortlessly infuse refinement and charm into your surroundings.

◦ Granite+

Granite is a natural igneous rock that is formed from cooled magma deep within the Earth's crust. It is composed mainly of quartz, feldspar, and other minerals. Granite is known for its durability, strength, and resistance to heat, scratches, and stains. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, making it a popular choice for countertops, flooring, wall cladding, and other architectural and decorative applications.

◦ Marble+

Marble is a metamorphic rock that is formed from limestone under intense heat and pressure. It is characterized by its stunning veining patterns and range of colors. Marble has been used for centuries in sculptures, architecture, and high-end interior design. It is known for its elegance, beauty, and classic appeal. Marble is commonly used for countertops, flooring, wall coverings, and decorative accents.

◦ Onyx+

Onyx is a translucent stone known for its unique and striking appearance. It is a variety of chalcedony, which is a microcrystalline quartz. Onyx features bands or layers of colors, creating a captivating effect when backlit. It is commonly used in decorative applications such as countertops, bar tops, wall panels, and lighting fixtures to add a touch of luxury and visual interest.

◦ Gypsum+

Gypsum is a soft sulfate mineral that is commonly used in construction and interior design. It is a sedimentary rock composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate. Gypsum has a wide range of applications, including drywall, plasterboard, ceiling tiles, and decorative moldings. It is valued for its fire-resistant properties, soundproofing capabilities, and ability to create intricate and ornamental designs.

◦ Petrified Wood+

Petrified wood is fossilized wood that has undergone a process of mineralization over millions of years. It occurs when the organic materials of the wood are replaced by minerals, resulting in a stone-like material that retains the original structure and appearance of the wood. Petrified wood is often used as decorative objects, tabletops, and in jewelry, showcasing the natural colors, patterns, and textures preserved in the fossilization process.

◦ Semi-Precious Stones+

Semi-precious stones refer to a wide variety of minerals and gemstones that are valued for their beauty, color, and rarity. Examples of semi-precious stones include amethyst, citrine, jade, turquoise, and many others. These stones are often used in jewelry, decorative objects, and as accents in various applications. They add a touch of vibrant color, unique patterns, and natural beauty to designs, making them highly sought after in the world of jewelry and craftsmanship.




We excel in upholstery, understanding its transformative impact on design. Committed to crafting custom upholstery that's both beautiful and durable, our skilled team works with materials like leather, velvet, linen, and cotton to meet your specifications. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and commitment to quality, evident in every piece we create. If you seek a partner to achieve design goals through custom upholstery, we're delighted to support your projects.

◦ Silk+

A luxurious and delicate natural fiber produced by silkworms. Silk is known for its softness, smooth texture, and natural luster. It is highly prized for its breathability, hypoallergenic properties, and its ability to drape elegantly. Silk is commonly used in clothing, scarves, bedding, and high-end textiles.

◦ Cotton+

A versatile and widely used natural fiber derived from the cotton plant. Cotton is known for its softness, breathability, and absorbency. It is comfortable to wear, easy to care for, and has good durability. Cotton is used in a wide range of applications, including clothing, bed linens, towels, and home furnishings.

◦ Wool+

A natural fiber obtained from the fleece of sheep or other animals. Wool is valued for its warmth, insulation properties, and softness. It has excellent moisture-wicking abilities, making it suitable for various climates. Wool is commonly used in clothing, blankets, carpets, and upholstery.

◦ Linen+

A natural fiber made from the flax plant. Linen is known for its lightweight, breathable, and cool-to-the-touch qualities. It has a crisp texture and becomes softer with each wash. Linen is often used in clothing, table linens, curtains, and upholstery, providing a relaxed and casual aesthetic.

◦ Velvet+

A plush and luxurious fabric characterized by its dense pile and smooth, soft surface. Velvet has a distinctive sheen and a rich, tactile feel. It is commonly used in upholstery, drapes, eveningwear, and accessories, adding a touch of elegance and opulence to various items.

◦ Polyester+

A synthetic fiber that is durable, wrinkle-resistant, and quick-drying. Polyester is known for its affordability and versatility. It is used in a wide range of applications, including clothing, home textiles, upholstery, and outdoor gear. Polyester fabrics can mimic the appearance and texture of natural fibers or offer unique characteristics like moisture-wicking or stretch.

◦ Faux / Genuine Leather+

Faux leather, also known as synthetic leather or leatherette, is a synthetic material designed to mimic the appearance and texture of genuine leather. It is usually made from polyurethane or PVC. Genuine leather, on the other hand, is derived from animal hides and is highly valued for its durability, natural grain patterns, and luxurious feel. Both faux and genuine leather are used in various applications such as upholstery, bags, shoes, and accessories.

◦ Hide Leather+

Hide leather refers to leather made from the hide or skin of animals such as cows, goats, or pigs. It is valued for its durability, strength, and natural texture. Hide leather is commonly used in furniture upholstery, footwear, belts, and bags, offering a classic and timeless look.

◦ Nubuck+

A type of leather that has been sanded or buffed to create a velvety or suede-like texture. Nubuck leather is known for its softness, durability, and luxurious appearance. It is commonly used in shoes, bags, and upholstery, providing a refined and tactile quality.

◦ Sheepskin+

Sheepskin is the hide or skin of sheep with the wool still intact. It is highly regarded for its natural insulation properties, softness, and comfort. Sheepskin is commonly used in the production of coats, footwear, rugs, and bedding, offering warmth and a cozy feel.




Our diverse finishing techniques, including powder coating, lacquer, PVD titanium coating, and more, cater to various materials like metal, wood, and glass. Skilled finishers create aesthetically pleasing, durable finishes for commercial or residential projects. We ensure your product meets exact specifications, providing exceptional customer service and support throughout the process. Collaborate with us for the perfect finish tailored to your design.

◦ Acrylic Finish+

A durable and glossy finish applied using acrylic paint or varnish, providing a protective layer and enhancing the appearance of the underlying material.

◦ High-Gloss Matte Laminate Finish+

A laminate finish available in high-gloss or matte textures, typically applied to furniture or surfaces to provide a smooth, decorative, and easy-to-clean coating

◦ Stain Finishes+

A type of finish that enhances the natural beauty of wood by adding color while allowing the wood grain to show through. Stains come in various shades and can be applied transparently or with varying levels of opacity.

◦ Paint Finishes+

The application of paint to surfaces, offering a wide range of colors, sheens, and textures. Different paint finishes include matte, eggshell, satin, semi-gloss, and high-gloss, each providing a different aesthetic and level of durability.

◦ Veneer Finish+

A thin layer of decorative wood or other materials applied to a base material, such as particleboard or plywood, to provide an attractive appearance and mimic the look of solid wood.

◦ Distressing+

An intentional technique used to give furniture or surfaces an aged or weathered appearance by creating small imperfections, such as scratches, dents, or worn edges.

◦ Solid Wood (Natural)+

A finish that showcases the natural beauty of solid wood by applying a clear protective coat to highlight the texture, color, and grain patterns of the wood.

◦ Membrane Finish+

A finish commonly used in the construction of modular furniture or cabinetry, where a flexible PVC or vinyl sheet is vacuum-pressed onto a substrate, providing a seamless and durable surface.

◦ Varnish Finish+

A transparent, protective coating applied to wood or other materials to enhance their appearance, provide UV resistance, and add a glossy or satin sheen.

◦ High-Gloss / Matte Lacquer Finish+

A high-quality finish achieved by applying layers of lacquer, a clear or colored resinous substance, to create a glossy or matte appearance, respectively.

◦ PVD Titanium Coating+

A process in which a thin layer of titanium is deposited onto a surface using physical vapor deposition (PVD) technology, providing enhanced durability, corrosion resistance, and a distinctive metallic appearance.

◦ Powder Coating+

A dry finishing process in which electrostatically charged powder particles adhere to a surface and then undergo curing, resulting in a durable, smooth, and even coating with a wide range of color options.

◦ Gilding+

A decorative technique involving the application of thin layers of gold leaf or gold paint onto surfaces to create a luxurious and lustrous appearance.

◦ Liquid Metal+

A finish that imitates the look of metal, such as brass or copper, by applying a liquid coating containing metallic particles. It provides a distinctive and reflective surface with the appearance of solid metal.