Precious materials, large dimensions and high quality standards to satisfy project needs

Separating spaces with even tailored products that combine Italian know-how with industrial production: this is the mission of Barausse which develops and produces closing and space separation systems, wooden wall coverings, equipped walls, sliding systems, walk-in wardrobes and pivoting doors.

Barausse products are the result of the wise Italian artisan tradition in woodworking combined with technical skills and a proactive approach that starts from the analysis of the project.

Shaping a design that ennobles functionality, placing the company's knowledge and experience at the service of beauty, is Barausse's main objective aimed at creating a system of products that improve the quality of living and increase, at the same time, the value of the project.

The solutions that the company offers are designed to allow maximum compositional freedom and ensure a minimal and sophisticated design. A concrete example is the Continuity system which integrates closing solutions with boiserie coverings and furnishing elements.

Various strategic collaborations to develop new products, among which the agreement with De Castelli for the development of Metalsphere stands out: a collection of partitions and closing systems  which translate the perfect combination between wood and metal offering a truly unique and contemporary aesthetic result.

Furthermore, all product lines are made according to qualitative parameters and specific certifications of environmental protection and respect for health with panels with low formaldehyde emission and FSC marking.

Due to his ability to dialogue and respond to specific project needs, Barausse has collaborated in the creation of various projects including: the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice by David Chipperfield Architects; The Clara Luxury Residences in Palm Beach, designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects; the Ritz Carlton Residences in Limassol, by Moshe Tzur Architects and The Henley in Hong Kong, designed by DLN Architects.