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Alcarol recovered some unusual black trunks of Oak trees lain in a small Alpine peat. The radiocarbon dating has revealed their age: the fifth century before Christ. Peatland is a wet area that accumulates deposit of...

Phellem is the outermost layer of the tree bark, and this collection treatise on its incredibly fascinating biodiversity unveiling any range of colors and the most unimaginable textures. When bark is damaged a natural defense mechanism intervenes,...

The European Larch tree is native to the Alps. It's very cold tolerant, able to survive winter temperatures down to at least -50 °C, and is among the tree line trees in these mountains, reaching 2500...

The Fungi Wood Console is made of a single wood plank obtained from an abandoned Beech log with its populations of fungi, recovered in the Italian Dolomite forest.  The plank is cut into two parts with a very thin blade and then joined so...

The Bent Console is made from a single Briccola wood plank, cut into three parts with a very thin blade. The edges of the plank are preserved in a transparent resin similar to the lagoon water that has...

In Venice, each canal has unique characteristics. Over the centuries man and elements have defined its aspect. Walking through the alleys, changing perspective or waiting for a change in the rays of the sun, this...

alcarol recovered some logs from the undergrowth of the Italian Dolomite mountains and cut planks that preserve the natural edges with their native populations of mosses, which are embedded in a resin resembling the water...