Cyria materials: Our wood species
Our wood species
Our wood species
A living material that evolves over time
But we mustn't forget that wood is a living material! So it's hardly surprising that its appearance changes over time. It lives and adapts constantly to the demands of its environment: temperature, humidity levels, sunlight.
Over time and in response to climatic variations, you may observe deformations of the surface, slight cracking and a change in color, with the gradual appearance of a natural patina tending towards gray.
All these changes are natural and in no way affect the quality of the product! And despite the use of the most resistant species, it's impossible to keep wood perfectly smooth for years. However, if these effects bother you, you can slow down the process with regular maintenance and treatment by applying our NATIXT® protective oil.
Our FSC-certified exotic woods
Dense and naturally rot-resistant, Iroko is a sustainable species native to Central and Equatorial Africa. This top-quality tropical wood impresses with its regular structure. Its solidity, due to its high hardness, enables it to withstand the elements without the need for any special treatment. An asset for urban design!
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Naturally rot-proof, Tali is an exotic African wood renowned for its resistance to wear and tear. Its orange-yellow to reddish-brown color is strikingly distinctive. Hard and compact, it is highly durable and ideal for outdoor use.
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Okoumé is a noble species native to Gabon. Particularly well-suited to outdoor use, this dense, stable exotic wood boasts high mechanical strength, making it the ideal candidate to withstand the aggressions of public spaces. Aesthetically resistant and ecologically responsible, it can also be used untreated.
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Our PEFC-certified European wood
Also known as "false acacia", this heavy, high-density wood is one of Europe's most durable woods. A material particularly suited to outdoor use, it is prized for its physical qualities, notably its durability and resistance to moisture, insects, fungi and impact.
See products in Robinia