Wood for Life
- Select options $52,00 – $68,00
Epos cutting boardMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
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Oak round tray and chopping boardMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Add to cart $86,00
Oak rectangular tray and chopping boardMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Add to cart $62,00
Scrap M rectangular chopping boardMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
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Scrap L rectangular chopping boardMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $2.073,00 – $5.912,00
Dolmen wooden dinning tableMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $2.073,00 – $5.364,00
Berti wooden dinning tableMaterial ecoeffectiveness100%
- Select options $2.255,00 – $3.584,00
Tagoror wooden dinning tableMaterial ecoeffectiveness100%
- Select options $720,00 – $1.122,00
Dolmen round side tableMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $756,00 – $1.183,00
Dolmen Epos side tableMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Add to cart $561,00
Berti wooden DeskMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Add to cart $708,00
Folden compact DeskMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $610,00 – $878,00
Tagoror wooden chairMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $293,00 – $1.683,00
Raiz wooden stoolMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $1.342,00 – $1.951,00
Aries wooden benchMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $915,00 – $1.402,00
Dujo wooden benchMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $293,00 – $317,00
Tepui ceiling lampMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $915,00 – $1.427,00
Tendi floor lampMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $1.183,00 – $1.792,00
Ona co-sleeper bedMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $2.804,00 – $4.023,00
Low wooden BedMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
- Select options $4.108,00 – $8.045,00
Tjukurpa wooden BedMaterial ecoeffectiveness80%
Likenwood is a team and a family dedicated to designing and manufacturing wooden objects, being their ultimate goal to make emotions.
They passionately support what gives them life.
Because we are all part of the environment, they are activists of nature. It is their constant source of inspiration, and being fully connected to it allows them to create what they call furniture with soul. Each piece they produce will be a seed to spread this respect and connection to what is essential.
They combine infinite respect for wood with a constant exploration of its capacity and potential. This makes them both contemporary and timeless, creating pieces designed to last a lifetime, conceiving design as an implicit value in everything they create.
At Liken, they use technology to manufacture faster, more precisely and to mechanize their processes. They call it Advanced Craftsmanship, through which they reinvent the craft of craftsmanship – through innovation, design and technology – to create processes and final products of the highest quality.
How do you make your furniture sustainable?
Liken is aware of the environmental impact that can be caused by illegal logging, the carbon footprint caused by the transport of goods and the planned obsolescence of the objects, that is why:
1- They only use wood from responsible sources, International organizations such as the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
In Liken, they are both designers and manufacturers; this allows them to be deeply involved in the quality of their products and services. Their own manufacturing allows them to control each process so that the furniture you have fallen in love with is perfect. They are knowledgeable from the place where the wood comes from to how it is delivered and assembled.
In this production process, they support and promote local production, thus aligning themselves with the thought of responsible consumption.
2- They select wood from hardwood forests, primarily located in Spain and Europe. They currently limit themselves to four solid woods: Chestnut, European Ash, European Oak and American Walnut, and birch plywood.
These woods offer the best properties for the manufacture of your furniture, offering the right conditions of humidity and mechanical resistance to manufacturing pieces of great technical value and precision.
3- They do not use harmful chemical products in their production processes; their furniture pieces are mostly finished with linseed oil with 0% volatile carbon emissions (VOC) or water-based varnishes. They also use formaldehyde-free glues for our gluing processes.
4- They make each piece individually and conscientiously. That is why they offer a 10-year warranty on manufacturing defects in their furniture pieces.
5- Zero waste. It is not utopia; it is their reality.
They are deeply committed to the responsible use of natural resources, determined to protect our planet by creating furniture for life, and at the same time, they cannot think of wasting any piece of wood.
The wood they use, coming from responsibly managed forests, is mainly converted into pieces of furniture; this production generates a surplus of wood that cannot be used for large pieces; we will call it waste A.
The waste produced after making furniture, waste A, is sorted and reinserted into the production process to create smaller objects, which you will see in the accessories section. A smaller surplus is also generated in the production of these accessories; this will be waste B.
These smaller or non-usable pieces, waste B, is converted into wood for firewood, mainly used in restaurants such as pizzerias or brasseries, being the final destination of the wood they use, served at the table.
Ana Pujol & Miguel Acha
Ana Pujol is the Artistic Director of Liken, graduated in projects, construction management and decoration from Escola Massana in Barcelona. After working in several renowned interior design studios, she specializes in window dressing and visual merchandising; she began to work with wood in a self-taught way driven by an artistic instinct that accompanies her since childhood. Anna represents in Liken the fusion of a traditional craftswoman and a designer.
Miguel Acha assumes, on the other hand, the Technical Direction. He is graduated in Architecture from the Simón Bolívar University in Caracas, passionate about woodworking before becoming an architect. He has specialized in digital fabrication applied to furniture and the digitalization of the woodworking craft in a self-taught way. Miguel represents in Liken the symbiosis of an architect and a cabinetmaker.
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