Renown Croatian writer and forestry engineer, Josip Kozarac, wrote back in 1888:  "Whoever was once in our ancient forest, with that beautiful trees, neat, clean and tall, can never forget it. Majestic oaks rise there with grayish bark, dug with straight furrows ..."

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side close-up of oak logs


Attractive appearance

  • strong

  • able to high stress

  • excellent shock resistance

  • highly wear-resistant

  • easy to work with

  • for carpentry and joinery

close-up of oak wood structure

"They proudly line up next to each other, and you can see that they are giants with strength, that they defy storms and lightning, that they are the strongest and noblest in their kingdom and tribe."

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Oak is the sovereign lord of lowland forests, our economically most important species and the pivotal species of the entire ecosystem. The Latin name of the pedunculate oak is Quercus robur, so we can read its main characteristics from its name -robur translates as strong, hard, solid or robust.

Oak is hard, tough and very durable and has a wide range of uses. It is used as construction wood, it is used to make railway sleepers, beams and various types of floor coverings, stairs and furniture.


close-up of oak wood structure on the unedged wood board



Sawn Oak

For centuries, oak sawn timber has been renowned for its versatility and durability, making it a popular choice for a wide range of applications, from construction to furniture making.




Solid floor

Solid floor is a massive parquet of larger dimensions whose boards can reach a length of over 200 cm.




Edge-glued panels

The edge-glued  solid wood panels consist of long lamellas, 4 sides planned boards.