American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC)
For more than three decades, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) has been the global face of the U.S. timber industry, championing the performance, sustainability and aesthetic potential of American hardwoods worldwide. As the leading international hardwood trade association for North America, AHEC operates a non-profit programme representing thousands of businesses engaged in the production and export of timber – ranging from small family-run sawmills to major flooring manufacturers. Established to unite this wide-ranging spectrum of companies with a single global voice, AHEC has successfully built an internationally recognised brand, marketing more than 20 commercially available hardwood species and increasing demand around the world.
The Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa is a theatre and cultural centre located at the beginning of the Prado-Recoletos cultural axis in Madrid, in a basement beneath the Jardines del Descubrimiento in the Plaza de Colón, inaugurated in 1977. It is the main venue of the Madrid Design Festival and hosts its most important exhibitions and events.
Madrid Design Festival
Madrid Design Festival is an international festival that aims to turn Madrid into the capital of design and place it in a privileged position in the international context. The annual event is held during the month of February and covers all design disciplines, from architecture to graphic design, from communication to interior design, hybridising all of them in a contemporary and innovative format.
Carpentry La Navarra was founded in 1941 and specialised in singular and complex works. Merged in 1994 with Tallar, the company has been constituted with the ideal personnel and facilities to carry out the most diverse carpentry and joinery works, regardless of their volume and level of complication. La Navarra offers services ranging from the development of projects and the creation of prototypes to the manufacture and assembly of all types of products, with collaborators in all activities ancillary to manufacturing, such as metalwork, upholstery, glasswork, etc. Over the years it has collaborated with renowned architects and designers in Spain and internationally.
At Onesta, respect for our trade and its raw material has been handed down from generation to generation for more than 60 years. A legacy which adds a unique quality and generates a firm commitment to the environment.
Through our 6 business divisions, we integrate the wood value chain, guaranteeing its quality and traceability from its origin to its application in construction, industrial and decorative projects. We work and innovate to bring the benefits of wood closer to society, promoting its use as a great alternative for building more natural, healthy environments that improve people´s lives.
We are committed to research, innovation and environmental protection as the basis for orderly and sustainable growth so as to advance in our mission: to lead the transformation, modernisation and development of the wood sector.