An immersion in the rainforests that led to Africa, more specifically the island of Madagascar. Amazing woods, reminiscent of Brazilian hardwoods, but with more contrast in the veins and color intensity, characteristics defined by the climatic variations, more rigorous in Africa than in Brazil.
Madagascar is a porcelain wood created from Pallisandro boards, also known as Rosewood – a more intense version of the Brazilian Jacaranda.
Having a core that varies from light yellow to reddish brown and veins alternated by contrasting tones, forming almost graphic designs, it is a strong wood with strong personality.
In two versions, one clear in ivory tones and one darker in shades of reddish brown, Madagascar is the porcelain wood for the whole house.