Sustainable calling

The impact on the environment is a primary issue in the framework of corporate management and our goal is to extend the life cycle of objects to the maximum, while reducing waste and pollutant waste. In this perspective, which is a perfect interpretation of the circular economy formalized by the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment), the design of the building, the use of low-pollution energy sources, preferably renewable, the use of efficient systems and, above all, the choice of recyclable and, if necessary, reusable raw materials.


Natural fibers

Natural fibres are the raw material of choice, with pure virgin wool, alpaca wool and above all New Zealand wool obtained largely from the shearing of merino sheep. An extraordinary yarn that, thanks to its curling, is resistant to more marked trampling. It is characterized by a remarkable tolerance to stains, dowry that lengthens the life of the article, and an important sound absorption. It is recyclable and its processing involves a limited consumption of energy: it is therefore an extremely environmentally sustainable material suitable for obtaining the LEED-Leadership in Energy and Enivironmental Design certification. Similar characteristics are found in the other natural and biodegradable fibers used by Luxury Carpet Studio, namely various types of silk, linen, cotton, felt, sisal, etc..

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Synthetic yarn

We pay great attention to synthetic yarns, in particular those obtained from the recycling and reuse of waste or abandoned materials. Such as, for example, Econyl©, a regenerated nylon, made from the recycling of fishing nets and other discarded products, which has the same qualities of new nylon.

Artificial yarns

In the field of artificial yarns, viscose is certainly the master. Also known as rayon, it is obtained from cellulose obtained by processing natural raw materials (straw, cotton, wood pulp derived from different types of plants) through a mix of chemical components: is a biodegradable material and its waste can be suitably recycled to obtain yarns of excellent quality. In short, perfect for carpet.

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Few waste

Another sustainability factor is the reduction of waste and processing waste. Our technical department provides in fact, already in the design phase, to define patterns of cutting and stitching that minimize the necessary surplus of the chosen material.
In the case of handmade productions, moreover, the scrap is reduced to zero. The realized production is in strict agreement with the net measures required by the project, even if irregular.

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Colors and ecology

Finally, in the context of the approach to sustainable production, the choice and use of colours to dye decorative artefacts according to the specific project is part of the process. These are colors that comply with the Green Label + standards and comply with the indications of ETAD – Ecological and Toxicology Association of Dyes and Organic Pigments Manufacturers concerning the containment of heavy metals in the preparation of pigments and organic dyes, as well as the elimination of water-insoluble Azo and aminoazonbenzene. We also propose custom collections and artifacts that do not resort to color as a decorative support: for example, the beautiful line “Natural” in wool that is expressed with patterns made of écru (raw color).

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Testing and certification

Another focus of eco management is the quality excellence of materials and products that are always subjected to rigorous testing and controls carried out by internationally renowned laboratories that issue the relevant certificates and certifications. Every carpet, every carpet, in short, every product is placed on the market only after being sampled, tested and accompanied by a certification issued by a certified laboratory, starting with the International Fire Standard.

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