At Achipanels we had a dream, to recycle industrial waste into elegant paneling.

Our collection is 100% recyclable, and our goal is to get the percentage of recycled material used in its manufacture is increasing, so they are labeled with the percentage of waste used. We work with the minimum possible number of natural resources looking to give a second chance to materials in disuse causing the minimum possible impact to our planet.

Archipanels is designed to withstand the impact of time, with a focus on quality. Social responsibility and sustainable design play an essential role in our processes. Our production capacity and technical know-how allow for continuous innovation in our production, in the use of state-of-the-art machinery and in the adoption of demanding quality control and management systems. Sustainability is a commitment that the company pursues in all phases of the production cycle. Our journey towards sustainable design is an ongoing process, and by working with like-minded designers and architects, we ensure that our processes continue to advance to minimize the environmental impact of our collection.


Archipanels works in collaboration with the most recognized international designers with the ambition to create high quality panels, focusing on timeless appeal and a "built to last" mentality, therefore sustainability is part of our day to day, it drives our decision making, our processes, our designs and our work ethic.

We understand that we have a responsibility to limit the impact of our panels and a duty to work towards a more sustainable future. We are fully aware of the impact our industry has on local and global communities. We strive to further reduce our ecological footprint, and are committed to creating durable, sustainable and ethically sourced panels that will provide differentiation for many years to come.


PU foam waste can be milled and reprocessed into other panels, including the option of creating chemical recycling. The term chemical recycling describes the conversion of polyurethanes to produce polyols for second life applications. Three technologies have been developed: hydrolysis, amylolysis, and glycolysis. The main raw material for our panels is polyurethane, and to optimize the carbon footprint, it contains sustainable polyurethane-based composite with shredded plastic bottle waste (PET).

Believing in taking care of the planet for future generations, we have a firm commitment to increase the percentage of recycled material year after year.