Since 2015, we have been involved in the conceptualization of the Rosewood São Paulo hotel project, following the specifications of the client, the office of Philip Stark, and the entire conceptualization team. We suggested the best options regarding the use of Amazon wood in both architecture and decoration.
So far, we have delivered more than 450 pieces, some of them with enormous challenges, such as the pool bar, where we developed a piece weighing more than 12 tons.
Product name: Pool Bar Balcony
ID number: TB117266
Place: São Paulo – SP
Wood Harvest date: 04/12/2020
Fabrication date: 24/08/2021
The traceability implemented at Tora Brasil allows the customer to have information about the origin of the wood, showing the exact location of the tree extracted by sustainable forest management to produce this specific piece. Thus, you can observe with your own eyes on the map with satellite images the massive green area that Tora Brasil helps to conserve.
According to our IBAMA operation: license number 578188, and our FSC certification C002322, all wood we consume is extracted from Sustainable Forest Management and Reduced Impact Exploitation (MF-EIR), based on the most recent academic studies to use forest resources in harmony with conservation. Our wood suppliers, licensed by IBAMA, have the FSC certification that confers all the sustainability of the production chain, from forest conservation to the worker’s well-being, as well as the social development to the people of that areas.
Below you will see the EXACT location from where we take raw material to produce this specific piece. The FSC® is currently the most recognized Certification seal and is present in more than 75 countries. The council acts in three ways:
It develops the (universal) principles or criteria for certification, It accredits specialized and independent certifying organizations, It supports the development of national and regional forest management standards.
The FSC® is currently the most recognized Certification and is present in more than 75 countries. The council acts in three ways: It develops the (universal) principles or criteria for certification, It accredits specialized and independent certifying organizations, It supports the development of national and regional forest management standards.
Those who consume illegal wood products end up supporting a practice destroying one of our most significant resources: Brazilian nature. When we value and prioritize companies in order to preserve the Brazilian fauna and flora, we are strengthening this practice and perpetuating a consumption attitude that guarantees us an ecologically correct future.
Look for the FSC® seal! We, from Tora Brasil, have this certification and contribute to the transformation of consuming wood.
Created in 2003, Tora Brasil is a Brazilian leader company, specializing in the production and commercializing FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council ®) certified solid wood furniture for the luxury market. The commitment to sustainable development is
present throughout Tora Brazil’s production chain.