Sustainability Guide

Our Commitment

With their knowledge of materials and manufacturing skills, Adige’s modern artisans use ethical production techniques to reduce the consumption of resources. From wood flooring to bathroom vanities and fixtures, Adige’s collection of eco-friendly materials and products maintain a cohesive modern-meets-traditional aesthetic that stay true to the brand, with awareness of sustainability through careful production.

Working with Adige implies that our curated selections of products have been made by craftspeople who value the materials’ origin, as well as understanding economic and social responsibilities. To learn more about our artisans' commitment to more sustainable methods, read below.

Worm's eye view of forest

Itlas Pavimenti

Wood flooring

Wood is a renewable, raw material that at the end of its first life cycle can be recycled and reused as a source of energy. Raw materials used by Itlas for our wood flooring comes from PEFC or FSC® certified forests managed responsibly to sustainable economy standards. Our artisans select the materials directly, taking part in the most important timber auctions. Most of the wood flooring placed on the market by Itlas is in oak wood from French and Serbian certified forests. Since 2009, the company has also been using Italian beech wood from the PEFC certified Cansiglio Forest.

Astra Cucine


The current European regulation E1 establishes that all types of panels must present Formaldehyde emissions less than or equal to 0.1 ppm. Formaldehyde released from furniture can linger in the air for a long time, and is one of the main sources of indoor air pollution. For this reason, our kitchen artisan Astra Cucine has revolutionized all their semi-finished warehouses, replacing the class E1 wood particle cabinets with those that adopt the most restrictive CARB P2 regulation. Astra’s panels now have a Formaldehyde emission <0.065 ppm, a value approximately 35% lower than the European standard used by many of their competitors.

Tailormade Stocco

Bathroom Vanities

Our vanity artisans at Stocco prioritize developing processes that are focused on sustainability and environmental protection. This evolving responsibility increasingly involves the product life cycle, through design and customer service. They specialize in making durable, timeless products that enhance the quality of the materials, and use raw materials and semi-finished products that are as environmentally friendly as possible. By paying close attention to industrial production processes, they are able to help minimize environmental impact through optimizing energy resources.


Bathroom Tapware

Radomonte is committed to environmentally friendly production, both in the company's processes - guaranteed by a certified quality and environmental system - and for the benefit of the end customer. In the design of Radomonte products, in addition to the use of ecological and recyclable materials such as stainless steel and glass, special attention is given to energy-saving and intelligent consumption solutions. From this philosophy they created the Eco Energy System label, to certify the development and realization of projects through technologies and materials aimed at respecting and safeguarding the environment.

TRUE Design


TRUE Design’s production is the result of a thorough analysis of both the market and international production. The brand has adopted cutting-edge methods and technologies, focusing on knowledge, training, and cooperation. Carefully selecting its designers based on their ethical and aesthetic approach, TRUE transforms wood, fabric, metals and leather into beautiful, accessible furnishing accessories that are exclusively manufactured in Italy. TRUE Design's objective is to grow continuously in the name of research and innovation, and produce sustainable products that are both durable for their taste and quality of materials and workmanship.

Il Fanale


Our lighting artisan, Il Fanale, is a company with sustainability in its DNA thanks to 100% local production, eco-friendly materials, and a design intended to last. The company has also installed solar panels to produce the energy they need, are minimizing the plastic used for their electrical components, and have eliminated polystyrene from their packaging.