Design | November 1, 2023 |

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Your workspace. Reinvented.

Oakywood is a Polish brand conceived out of a love for wood and technology. We work tirelessly to find ways to help you reinvent your workspace. Our brand philosophy is built on three core values quality, durability, and environmental care. We combine modern design with peak functionality – these are the key features which make our products comfortable, ergonomic, and tailored to your individual needs. We are a creative bunch and we make unconventional products. We value sustainable production and transparency – we use natural, certified, high-grade materials, and have a clear pricing policy. Thanks to our production, we can focus on the details at every stage of the manufacturing process and provide customized solutions for your workspace.

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Quality Crafting Materials
Each Oakywood product has been designed to provide peak functionality and durability and is handcrafted by enthusiasts working with wood, with sustainability always at the forefront.

Oakywood exclusively uses crafting materials that are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which sets standards for ecologically, socially and economically responsible forest management. The organization works with consultants around the world to ensure that the harvesting process is responsible and does not harm the environment in any way.

Tree Planting
Every Oakywood product is made featuring premium, FSC-certified wood materials. However, to offset its footprint, the brand is proud to support organizations like One Tree Planted and Forever Forest (Las na zawsze) and plant a tree for every product sold. That’s right, 1 Product = 1 Tree.

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One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a non-profit organization focused on global reforestation. Founded in 2014, the organization has more than doubled the number of trees planted year over year. Fast-forward to today, they now work with awesome reforestation partners in many countries who help them get trees in the ground to restore forests after fires and floods, create jobs, build communities, and protect habitats for biodiversity.

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Forever Forest

Forever Forest is a Polish organization focused on planting and protecting forests to restore biological balance. Each of their reforestation projects is a thoughtfully planned process that includes not only choosing the species of trees but also bushes and undergrowth, to maintain biodiversity.

more. www.oakywood.com

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