The timber we use comes from Nordic pine forests located in Sweden and Finland. The trees, grown in a cold, temperate continental climate, belong to the family Pinaceae and rarely reach more than 30 metres in height. Only timber from trees grown at specific latitudes provides greater resistance to fungus and colour variations. Nordic pine has thin and uniform rings and is therefore more homogeneous. It is for these reasons we only use Nordic pine. This prestigious wood provides good mechanical resistance which is further increased by the processing techniques used. It is also a thermo-regulator i.e. it absorbs excess humidity and returns it to the room in drier conditions. It also prevents the accumulation of electro-static charges thus making the room healthier and more people-friendly.