MAXISWOOD is a company based in Thailand dedicated to making beautiful building facade using composite timber. Our products look like real wood without cutting down a tree. We use the wastage saw dust of natural types of wood from furniture factories and the timber industry. Our focus is on being environmentally friendly and saving trees. It looks like real wood, but is easier to install and maintain. Our product matches the highest aesthetic and safety standards.
MAXISWOOD combines natural materials from recycled wood to offer an affordable and stunning addition to architecture. We supply a sustainable timber alternative from 100% eco-friendly composite timber material. Our products are also designed with the aim of reducing hi-skill labour needs by being easy and fast to install.
Since 2011, MAXISWOOD has helped architects, designers and building owners to bring their ideas to life with high-quality and easily maintainable materials while also saving on the cost to the environment. It is our goal to help designers by creating an architectural space that is natural without taking from nature.
The founder of MAXISWOOD is Sompop Majiswala and it all began through his 18 years of experience in architectural design and construction. He saw the need for an environmentally safe wood alternative decoration with the increase in the construction industry.
Driven by the passion of bringing nature into the living space without harming the forests, he looked for a way of producing the look of nature using composite timber materials. He believed that the aesthetic appeal of wood in architecture should not come at the cost of our planet.
Our Global Network
MAXISWOOD is located in Bangkok, Thailand and is trying to expand into an international market throughout Southeast Asia. We have expanded our network of clients and have established a strong relationship with our manufacturers.
We are continually developing overseas partnerships seeking to bring our product to the international market. We only aim to serve customers that want the wooden architectural aesthetic atmosphere that is both affordable and eco-friendly.