woodn versus
OBJECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS:

TRADITIONAL WOOD (e.g. TEAK)
- Splinters
- Warps with humidity
- Is flammable
- Comes from forest felling
- Subject to attacks by woodworms, parasites, and moulds
- Is not recycled
WOODN
- No splinters
- Is stable when it comes into contact with water
- Is self-extinguishing
- Its use helps reduce felling forests
- Cannot be attacked by woodworms and parasites
- Is totally recyclable
FACED AND OTHER COMPOSITE WOODS
- Delicate surface, cuts and abrasions must be hidden
- Any interventions must be finished with paint, varnish or other coatings
WOODN
- Full-body colour and grain: maintains colour and grain once worked
LAMINATES
- Creaks when walked on and, once worn, the support layers surface

WOODN
- Is quiet
- Has a homogeneous structure
CERAMIC-GLASS
- Is luminous, but looks and feels cold
- Is slippery when wet
- Has a very high specific weight
WOODN
- Creates a warm and cosy effect, even in wet environments
- When wet, it guarantees even more grip than when dry
- Is as light as many woods