The continuous exploration of the expressive languages of wood is recounted in the new collection of Alpi wood surfaces, developed together with Piero Lissoni, with which the company presents the results of its research into the theme of colour. The new French palette collection is inspired by early 18th century French painting, where colours were often delicate, light and not without a bold touch of luminosity. A project that takes colour research to a higher, or perhaps it would be better to say more precise and refined level, telling of the company’s profound sense of material and the fruit of the encounter between sartorial attitude and aesthetic culture. Each colour is the result of a careful study during which Piero Lissoni, together with Alpi’s technical department, has measured and calibrated every single nuance to achieve the desired effect. A palette of soft but strong colours, ranging from evergreen shades to more sophisticated ones such as Teal Blue or Burgundy. A chromatic path characterised by great refinement, thanks to Piero Lissoni’s unique ability to select the right shades from a palette, never predictable.