This type of wood grows in the Ivory Coast, Ghana, southern Nigeria & Gabon.
Amazaque grows up to about 45m, with the diameter of 2,5m. The trunk is rather cylindrical, but only above 4m of height. The heartwood is yellowy-brownish, up to a dark brown color, with grey and black straight lines. The rings are compact, while the structure is smooth with waving fibers. It is a perfect wood for both staircases and floors.
A heavy, durable and longlasting wood with a greyish-yellowish color, which over time becomes darker up to a brighter, and then darer brown and honey-ish color.
The rings are irregular, often complex and twisted, with a transverse shine. The texture of the wood is clearly visible.
Orange and brown color, which over time, thanks to the light and oxygen from air, becomes darker, resembling mahogany wood. It grows mainly in the central part of Africa.
The open structure of the wood eases its “breathing”, which thanks to the exchange of moisture and air, enhances the microclimatic conditions in rooms.
Its main characteristic consists of stable sizing, which is especially important when using this wood as a flooring material.
With time, thanks to the air and oxygen, the surface of this wood darkens, becoming yellowish & brownish, all the way to a dark brown color. The iroko wood is used in many places. It can be a base for both indoor and outdoor woodwork. It is also used for making elegant entry gates, fences and as a material for both inland and water-based constructions. The floors and stairs made out of the exotic Iroko wood are a great choice for those rooms, in which these elements might have frequent contact with water.
A durable and heavy wood. The dark ash is harder and more durable than oak. It comes in colors: whitish-yellowish, coffeeish-oliveish. Ash is rich in rings, which looks very attractive. The twisted fibers create a clearly visible texture.
It is predestined for exclusive flooring and parquets in representative rooms, especially inside public buildings, as well as private houses. It is equally sized and hard, which makes it resistant to attrition and denting. Merbau is also very resistant to fungus and insects. Thanks to these features, it is a perfect choice for rough conditions.
It comes from western, middle and north-eastern part of the United States, as well as Canada.
The structure of this luxurious wood is often times straight fiberish, although there are also twisted or wavish fibers, which give a very attractive and decorative effect. The walnut wood is quite heavy, durable, resilient and resistant to crushing. It can be bended hydrothermally. The heartwood is very resistant to the destructive activity of fungus. It is one of the most resistant woods available, even if put in very rough conditions.
It grows in the tropical part of Africa, achieving up to 45m in hight (sporadically even up to 60m).
This wood is used for parquets, luxurious staircases, in woodworking and as a outer layer of music instruments.
Teak is a special wood, which has a unique structure and a large amount of natural oils, as well as silicic acid. It is very stable in regards to size and very durable – also in wet environments.
In particular, teak was used to make parts of ships which were used a lot, like decks.
Wenge is a tropical wood of a very dark color, unique structure and strong design.
This wood is hard and durable, making it perfect for the construction of floors and staircases. Wenge is made out of a leafy Milletta laurentii tree, which can go up to 20m in height and 1m in diameter. It grows in the Kongo Republic, Democratic Republic of Kongo, Camerun, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
Broda will happily make you a modern staircase out of the exotic Wenge wood.