Alegna Masterpieces are born from dialog between nature, vision of designer , and old experienced craftsmen who shaped every small detail by hand to perfection.
The Switzerland is a country of divine nature and clean ambience. Right here, in a small village of Canton in Thurgau, Thomas Löpfe, the main designer, who was originally yacht manufacturer being inspired by the beauty of marine woods dedicated himself to life long mission of bringing a luxury touch to anywhere you desire.
The furniture of Alegna represents a sophisticated combination of craftsmanship science that lasted for thousands of years to achieve a great quality and modern technologies to rich flawless proportions. Each detail is hand-crafted and has magnificent flawless lines, that sometimes are touched with an unexpected wood flows. Nature gives a character and feature to each model itself, create its own masterpiece just for you.
Alegna manufactures bathtubs from Wenge, Walnut, Mahagony, Pear, Iroko, Oak, and they use certified wood from controlled forests. Each color is so tasty and alive, that reminds us that unique taste of a Swiss chocolate. The bitter dark Walnut or smooth, silky-sweet Oak color.
The products are not made of solid wood, but of the high-quality veneer, which is pressed and, in the end, impregnated and covered with a special resin for 8 times. Thus, the swelling of the tree or the reproduction of bacteria is completely excluded.
True inspiration, noble materials, great experience of craftsmen who skillfully use the old knowledge of woodworking to make baths and washbasins according to the customer’s personal choice, any shapes and dimensions, holding perfect balance between aesthetics and comfort.
Wooden bathtubs a bit more sensitive than usual made from metal, but they are something special. Timeless, stunning, individual, warmth woody sophisticated effect will definitely impress you. Number of awards, such as "German Design Award", ICONIC AWARDS 2017 shows, that company is on the right path.
Address: Switzerland, Basadingen, 46 km from Zurih