LEATHER


YELLOWSTONE (Aniline leather)

Type:
Yellowstone is an aniline leather. It has incomparable depth and a magnificent,
naturally-worn look due to a pull-up effect.

Tannage and Dye:
Tanned with chrome followed by a vegetable tanning process to enhance the firmness (Cr6+
free process). Water-based Aniline dye.

Origin:
The finest European raw cowhide from cattle grazed on the Alpine meadows
spanning Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Italy.

Attributes:
Robust with visible natural markings and a slightly worn look.

NOTE: Yellowstone is a natural leather that boasts textures and markings (insect bites,
scars, etc.) that are reminiscent of its natural origins. These details are to be expected
and contribute to the distinctive beauty of Yellowstone, making each piece completely
unique. The colours and presence of markings will vary with each individual hide.


MATSTONE (Aniline leather)

Type:
Matstone is an aniline leather with subtle, natural markings which bring a unique personality
to each hide. A process involving sanding, buffing and application of leather oil to the surface
gives it an almost velvety touch. Th e colours will vary with each individual hide so small
variations from hide to hide are to be expected.

Tannage and Dye:
Synthetic, chrome-free tanning process. Water-based Aniline dye.

Origin:
European rawhide, typically from Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia.

Attributes:
Matstone boasts a matte raw look with a touch of understated elegance and softness.

*NOTE: The colours ‘Sand and Dark Grey’ is only available in the Two Tone (Black/Sand and Black/Dark Grey) combination.

Matstone is (like Yellowstone) a natural leather that boasts textures and markings (insect bites,
scars, etc.) that are reminiscent of its natural origins. These details are to be expected
and contribute to the distinctive beauty of Matstone, making each piece completely
unique. The colours and presence of markings will vary with each individual hide.


ELEGANCE (Aniline leather)

Type:
Elegance is an aniline leather. It is at the top of the range of deluxe, high-end leathers.

Tannage and Dye:
Tanned with chrome followed by a vegetable tanning process to enhance the firmness
(Cr6+ free process). Water-based aniline dye.

Origin:
The finest European raw cowhide from cattle grazed on the Alpine meadows spanning Switzerland,
Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Italy.

Attributes:

The ultimate in classic elegance. Boasting a natural patina that appears over time depending on
the light, conditions and usage.


HORIZON (Protected leather)

Type:
Horizon is a leather with a special surface treatment that protects it from stains and fading.
It is protected but developed to have the look of aniline leather with discrete natural markings.

Tannage and Dye:
Tanned with chrome (Cr6+ free process). Water-based Aniline dye.

Origin:
European rawhide, typically from Italy, Germany, Austria Switzerland and Scandinavia.

Attributes:
Very exclusive yet earthy appeal. Strong yet supple. It is excellent in terms of durability and
easy upkeep, as it is also water repellent, dirt repellent and stain resistant. Smooth surface
with a subtle shine. Discrete depth and delicious nuances of natural markings with a light
surface protection finish.

STEEL

MATTE BLACK POWDER COATED STEEL
The powder coating (a thermoset polymer) is applied electrostatically as a powder. Powder coating
is more durable than conventional paint and creates a smooth, uniform surface with a matte finish.

SATIN CHROME PLATED STEEL
The satin chrome plating used for the Wire Collection is a hexavalent chromium (Cr6+) free process.
It is very durable surface treatment. The surface has a matte appearance like aluminium
or stainless steel.

WOOD

Oak
Oak
Walnut
Mahogany
Teak

WIRE BAR STOOL FOOTREST
The Wire Bar Stool is available with a selection of six types of solid wood – oak, smoked oak,
blackened wood, walnut, mahogany and teak. All with an oiled finish.

WIRE COFFEE TABLE TOP
The Wire Coffee Table is available with a selection of two types of solid wood – oak and walnut.
Both with an oiled finish.