The color that illuminates and frames other materials is in evidence for compositions that seek warmth in minimalism, a Danish expertise.
Vit means white in the Nordic vocabulary and the Vit wood proposes a white surface over a soft Rovere that subtly enriches the purity of color.
One of the natural symbols of Finland, a light-color and hardwood tree that reaches 10 to 15 meters high, the Finnish birch is one of the noblest species of temperate forests and has great economic and cultural value to this country, a leading exporter of wood in Europe.
The light-colored wood is part of the design and architecture of northern Europe, especially in Scandinavian countries, which mainly use birch to create a "hygge" mood in the environments. "Hygge" is a Danish word that has no translation, and means "to create a cozy atmosphere" and is pronounced hu-ga".
Bétula is the new Portobello wood, its boards have uniform patterns and no wood knots, which form minimalist surfaces combined with the warmth that comes from the color, a warm and bright color, like the sun of a summer far away from the tropics.
A new proposal that upgrades the options for contemporary and fresh layouts.