Design by OBUZI
Our specialty is Solid Hardwood Timber, using mainly Sustainable Mango Wood, Indian Rosewood, Acacia, Oak and Recycled Teak Wood.
Furniture with aesthetic appeal
Our team creates beautiful, innovative and environmentally friendly furniture made of high-quality and sustainable materials.
We strive to design and create affordable and beautiful furniture that will define the future of our brand. We continuously develop our ranges and in doing so, we use new materials and finishes in order to meet new trends and developments within our markets.
OBUZI designs and makes unique and trendy environmentally friendly furniture and interiors with the environment and people in mind. Production and design is organized in such a way that the environment is protected as far as possible - a process guaranteed to delight us, the surrounding community and our customers. We create beautiful, functional and innovative furniture made of high-quality and eco-friendly materials
Our furniture collection is divided into 5 styles; HayFay Loft, BlackSea, Christiania Raw, Stuka & Sophie Village
Our HayFay furniture collection is characterized & inspired by the contemporary industrial style. NewYork combines a mixture of raw furniture design with smooth, clean lines characteristic of modern furniture style.
A refreshing rustic design that will suit any interior and style. BlackSea is crafted from solid bleached Acacia paired with contrasting black metal frames.
Christiania & Raw
Raw presents timeless, industrial and elegant furniture made from teak, mango wood and cast iron. Our Raw furniture exudes quality and style which will last generations.
A charming retro style made of Oak wood, these all wood items are unique and splendid in their own way.
Vintage Furniture Design
The expertly crafted and stylishly weathered Country collection reflects the authenticity of vintage style, distinguished from the mass-produced products in the market.
“No need to compromise your eco sensibilities for esthetic appeal, not if you take a fancy to the collection from OBUZI”
By Andrea Neblett, Postmedia News