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Discover the many ways to use cork in any project and what makes cork a great option.

    Welcome aboard!

    Cork is a material that has been used for centuries, but only in recent years has it gained more popularity due to its versatility and environmental friendliness.

    Cork is a sustainable and renewable resource that is obtained from the bark of cork oaks. It has amazing properties that make it useful for a wide range of products.

    From furniture to flooring, fashion accessories to car parts and much more. Cork is a perfect material for various projects that require durability, flexibility and insulation.


    Present us your project and we will show you how it can be done!

    Discover the many ways to use cork in any project and why it’s a great option.


    Why Cork

    Cork is a versatile and sustainable material that can be used in a wide range of projects, from floor coverings to walls and everything in between.

    Cork is environmentally friendly, hypoallergenic, durable and flexible, making it a great option for entrepreneurs, companies, product managers, architects, designers, etc. As the world moves towards more sustainable practices, customers are looking for alternatives to traditional materials like plastic.

    It is a clear alternative that deserves consideration. So why not try cork in your next project and join the movement to create sustainable products that make the world a better place?

    100% Ecological and Sustainable

    Cork is a naturally ecological and sustainable material. Cork harvesting is a process that does not cause damage to the trees, as it consists of removing the outer bark, which regenerates completely every 9 to 12 years.

    Biodegradable, Bio and Vegan

    Cork is a naturally biodegradable material. This means that cork naturally breaks down over time. It is of organic origin and does not involve the use of animal products in its production.

    Made in Portugal

    Portugal is the world’s largest producer of cork. The cork industry has a long tradition in Portugal, going back centuries of history.

    Recyclable, without Plastics and Polluting Materials

    Cork is a naturally recyclable material and contains no plastics or other polluting materials in its composition. Because it is an organic and biodegradable product, cork can be shredded and reused in various recycling processes, without generating environmentally harmful waste.

    Easy to Clean

    The surface of cork is naturally stain-resistant, making it easy to remove everyday dirt.

    Heat Resistant

    Cork is an excellent thermal insulator, which means it has natural heat retention properties. This characteristic makes cork ideal for insulation in buildings, floors, walls and even in clothing and footwear.


    Discover the many ways to use cork in any project and why it's a great option.


    One of the most popular uses of cork is flooring. It is an easy to maintain, warm and comfortable material to walk on. It's also a great option if soundproofing is a priority. Cork flooring is perfect for offices, homes and commercial spaces. It is environmentally friendly, hypoallergenic and can last a lifetime if properly maintained. In addition, cork flooring is available in various colors, patterns and designs to fit any decor.


    Cork furniture is a beautiful way to add a natural, eco-friendly touch to any space. They are lightweight, easy to clean and can be made into various shapes. Cork chairs, tables, benches or even bathtubs are aesthetically pleasing, unique and comfortable. It can be used in both modern and classic designs that add style to any interior while maintaining its functional qualities.

    Fashion Accessories

    Cork is a great material for fashion accessories. It is lightweight and water resistant, making it perfect for bags, wallets and other accessories. It is also a great alternative to leather, which is commonly used in fashion accessories. Cork is a sustainable option that can be made in different colors and designs.

    Automotive and Aerospace Parts

    Cork is also used in the automotive and aerospace industry as a sealant for gaskets, fuel tanks, brakes or as a heat shield in spacecraft, rockets or airplanes. It is a durable and lightweight material that can withstand heat and humidity. It is also very resilient, which means it can compress and expand without losing its shape. The use of cork in automotive parts helps improve fuel economy, provides insulation and reduces noise.


    Cork walls are another sustainable solution that can add a unique and beautiful look to any space. Cork walls provide insulation and absorb sound, making them an excellent choice for music studios and home offices. It also reduces humidity and improves air quality. Cork walls can be easily painted or decorated with art, allowing them to fit any style.


    Cork granulate is the perfect alternative as a filling material in playgrounds. Due to the unique structure, it is highly elastic and compressible. These and many other properties make cork granules the perfect infill for artificial and natural grass systems. It is designed to enable high functional performance and an optimal balance between cost-effectiveness, safety and security.


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    The stages of your project

    We turn your idea into a unique and elegant piece of cork.

    For everything to be possible, your idea will have to go through several processes until the final product.

    Market analysis, customer proposal and cost/production ratio.

    Design and Prototyping

    Sample dispatch and product testing

    Quality Control

    Study and Production of Packaging

    Product Production

    Product Photography

    Shipping to the customer

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      Send us your idea

      Fill in the form with your idea for your unique piece.

      Tell us what it’s about, the inspiration and any details you can provide in this initial briefing.

      We will get back to you as soon as possible to iron out all the details and move forward with your project.