Top Nashville Real Estate Professional Recommends Masaya & Co.
Here is a great new writeup on Masaya & Co. by Nashville area real estate professional, TJ Anderson.
- Tom Eaton
Four Seasons Hawaii Chooses Masaya & Co.’s Handmade Wood Dining Chairs
We are proud to announce that the new Four Seasons Resort O’ahu Ko Olina will feature dining chairs made by Masaya & Co. These Somoto Dining Chairs, like all of our modern wood furniture, will be carefully made by hand, exclusively from sustainably harvested tropical hardwood.
The Four Seasons joins a growing list of high end resorts that have chosen Masaya & Co. to provide their quests with the style, comfort and rich experience of solid hardwood furniture. These include:
How Can Wood Furniture Be Sustainable?
The word sustainability gets thrown around a lot these days and is often applied to a wide range of different subjects that may or may not apply. So what makes our handmade wood furniture sustainable?
Wood is one of the only natural renewable resources for furniture making. Materials like metal and plastic are unsustainable because they are derived from finite resources, unlike wood which can be farmed. In addition, finite resources like metal and plastic are sourced via methods that have negative environmental impacts,
The Vancouver Sun Highlights Masaya & Co.'s Sustainable Model
A good deck can transform your life. Encouraging us to spend time outside, but comfortably so, decks provide us with a whole other entertaining space for family and friends, or in the case of Faaborg, Denmark, the entire town. “The project was to design a sea bath facility accompanied by a series of functions such as changing rooms, facilities for rowers, a sauna, a diving platform and a water activity playground,” says Julien De Smedt, of Julien De Smedt Architects (JDS), who have offices in Copenhagen, Brussels and Shanghai and have taken the concept of a public deck to a whole new
WILDER to host three day MASAYA & CO. Outdoor Sale
May 15, 2015 – Wilder, a design shop for home and life, will host a weekend-‐long sale featuring the outdoor furniture of Masaya & Company. Dedicated to design and sustainability, Masaya & Co. uses traditional artisanal techniques and sustainably sourced tropical hardwoods to make
contemporary modern designs.
The event will kick off on Friday, June 5th and run through the weekend, ending on Sunday, June 7th at 5pm. Hours are as follows: Friday 11am – 7pm, Saturday 12pm – 7pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm.