Contract furniture

Contract furniture, also known as commercial furniture, is furniture specifically designed for use in commercial, corporate, or institutional settings. We build this type of furniture to be designed to be both durable and functional by our artisans, while providing an attractive appearance that complements the interior design of the space.

Contract furniture is often used in lobbies, restaurants, hotels, office buildings, healthcare facilities, and other public areas.This type furniture is designed to last longer than traditional residential furniture due to its handmade construction and use of top quality materials. It is also designed to withstand heavy use and remain comfortable for the user.

Common materials used in contract furniture include wood, metal, and upholstery. In addition, contract furniture is often designed to be adjustable, allowing it to be moved and reconfigured to meet the changing needs of the space. For this we have a team that can give support in all and any of your doubts.

Contract furniture is also designed with ergonomics in mind, as it must provide a comfortable and supportive experience for users, your clients. Contract furniture can be more expensive than traditional residential furniture, but due to its durability and design, it can last for many years and provides a good return on investment. Additionally, contract furniture can be customized to match the interior design of the space, creating a cohesive and professional look.

Design Consultancy

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Custom Finishing


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Our group uses a series of methods and procedures make our contract furniture and lighting. To conceived our contract pieces, artisans make use of diferent techniques. We do it in a number of materials.

some of our techniques

conception of textures


Just like metalworking, sculpting is the art of changing the shape of materials such as stone, metal, glass, pottery and wood. Having an extremely tactile component given the conception of textures, relief and volume, it represents a technique born in the prehistoric period.

subtle details

Wood Carving

One of the most common practices in sculpting. Very subtle details can be carved in wood by using a variety of razor-sharp tools, from gouges to saws. The hands of the woodcrafters must exert the appropriate force so the wood is not damaged, which requires the mastery of this art.

swiping the brush

Hand Painting

This two-dimensional art resorts to different techniques with different kinds of paint made of different pigments. For a fully personalized work, where no piece’s details resemble the others’, artisans use their hands to apply this technique, swiping the brush with their own flow and tact.

forging metal

Metal Working

Act of forging metal through methods like casting, hammering and spinning. To get moldable, metal is heated to high temperatures and handled with specific tools that allow the artisans to create the desired shapes.