The suar tree is a tree that can grow taller than 30m in height, known for its giant parasol-shaped top.
Found in Indonesia and in the north of Thailand, suar is a curvy type of wood, dictating itself what it will become. They are natural curves that guide us in the final design of our original pieces, destined to be true works of art.
We do not cut down suar trees. In fact, we only use the longest branches, those that are past their prime and would be eventually cut off. The trunk of the tree stays intact, and it will produce more branches.
HOW TO MAINTAIN SUAR WOOD? Suar wood is easy to maintain. Clean it with a soft, damp cloth. Avoid dry dusting, as it can cause scratches, and avoid alkaline soaps, which can damage the wood.