Walnut impregnated exotic hardwood is a top quality natural material treated with a walnut coloured liquid. Impregnation improves resistance to alterations caused by weather, microorganisms and heat.
Painted exotic hardwood is a top quality natural material treated with water-based paint. The water-based paint creates a tough, thin, elastic protective film with low environmental impact.
Oiled exotic hardwood is a top quality material treated with a walnut coloured oil. The deep penetration of the oil creates an impermeable barrier against liquids and dirt and increases the mechanical strength of the wood fibres.
Pressure-treated pine wood is a natural material of european origin treated with a salt-enriched liquid. The deep penetration of the pressure treatment improves resistance to alterations caused by weather, microorganisms and heat.
Walnut impregnated pine wood is a natural material of european origin treated with a walnut coloured liquid. Impregnation improves resistance to alterations caused by weather, microorganisms and heat.
Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) is a material made from natural wood fibres, polymers and additives. WPC is maintenance free, impermeable, antiseptic, recyclable and colour fast.
Apricena stone is a limestone quarried in Puglia (Italy) on the slopes of the Gargano. It is a natural material varying in colour from beige to ivory and pink with light marbling. City Design uses Apricena stone tops with sanded surface and bevelled edges.
For the powder coating, City Design uses a selection of Ral colours and two exclusive " by City Design" colours. The standard painting is always embossed. There is an additional charge for other colours and/or a gloss finish.
Stainless steel is an alloy extremely resistant to corrosion. This characteristic is provided by the alloy elements, especially chrome. Through oxidation metal is protected from chemical agents. Stainless steel is hygienic, sustainable, easy to maintain and 100% recyclable. Stainless steel can be brushed and lacquered.
City Design uses an accelerated electrochemical treatment to activate the Corten steel rusting process, giving the Corten steel its typical uneven reddish-dark brown appearance. The Corten steel maturing process is constant and influenced by the weather conditions. Intensification of the colour should be considered an improvement and the possible loss of rust should also be considered normal. To attenuate the effects on the Corten steel, for an additional charge, City Design can apply a protective paint.