Status product quality and sustainability are guaranteed by our 100% Made in Italy supply chain. The combination of Cutting edge technology, research for new and innovative materials, and development of new designs is the key formula to satisfy the most demanding international clientele.

Every single item is the result of the passion and of diligence of our designers who are constantly involved in the sustainable development of innovative models and concepts.

Our panels and raw materials are 100% recyclable, free from toxic adhesives, and they are compliant with the most recent international standards on harmful emissions, guaranteeing the production of a safe final product, without risks to health.

The quality of our product finishing is ensured by an advanced lacquering process that provides the panels with multi-layer Acrylic lacquer coating with a fast drying system by UV oven. This process results in high quality of color finishing and greater scratch resistant surface if compared to quality standards present in the market, granting the best chromatic quality and enhancing the depth of the color.

Our company Status among the various awards obtained has been selected and named in the report “GreenItaly 2020” published by “Symbola”, the National Foundation that promotes and gathers all Italian Quality excellence, among the most environment, sustainability and recycling-friendly Italian companies.

WE ARE “100% Made In Italy” CERTIFIED

Registration n° IT01.IT/1284.065.M

The 100% Made in Italy Certification provides consumers with the guarantee that all components are of Italian origin and the quality of products made in Italy.

The certification adheres to all parameters provided for by current Italian legislation: adoption of the certification guidelines, definition of procedures, management through modules and printouts.

The certification is issued by the “Istituto Tutela Produttori Italiani”. The management of the certification process with the producers is handled by Promindustria SPA.

The certification project has been approved and co-funded by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development.