A leader in the production of decorative surfaces in reconstituted veneer, ALPI was the first company to industrialize this manufacturing process: the Alpilignum veneer, made by separating and reassembling a log of real wood, offers countless design approaches and aesthetic results.
A professional partner for large companies in the automotive and yachting sectors, as well as prestigious names in product design, interior architecture and the contract market, ALPI stands out on the worldwide scene for its direct control of the entire supply and production chain, from the timber to the finished product, starting with forestry management. The firm provides a guarantee of legal and sustainable origin of the wood, and total product traceability. ALPI therefore ensures supply of an eco-responsible product.
This unique approach is based on major investments in R&D, raw materials of the highest quality, cutting-edge technologies and painstaking bespoke workmanship. In fact, innovation has always been the driving force behind ALPI. This drive for innovation has also led to collaboration with Piero Lissoni, art director of the company since June 2015. Other important features include the wide product range and the remarkable ability to respond to the specific requirements of a highly diversified clientele, also through the study and development of custom solutions that can also be repeated over time for every single project.
Today ALPI – guided by Vittorio Alpi, grandson of the founder – operates in various industrial facilities employing 400 persons in Italy and over 1300 in Africa. The production of Alpilignum reached a level of 18 million square meters in 2018; the company’s products are distributed in over 60 countries.