Cyan is a leading producer of high quality teak garden and leisure furniture for distinguished homes, luxury hotels, spas, resorts, local authorities, schools, restaurants and clubs. We are competitively priced, have a strong commitment to bio-diversity, sustainable growth and where possible use FSC certified timber in our products.
We are customer focussed and demand driven; so do contact us if you require any item of furniture not shown on this site or perhaps an alternative size to that indicated as being available.
If required, our extensive manufacturing capacity enables us to produce from single bespoke pieces to multi-item full container loads to our customer's stringent requirements, usually within six to eight weeks.
Building a brand means making a promise and ours is to produce a range of furniture clearly distinguished by its integrity, value, craftsmanship and style.
Please note, when purchasing any item of teak furniture from our extensive range, you can be assured of buying premium grade, genuine, plantation teak, Tectona grandis, free of knots and other timber defects, manufactured to the highest standards for long life and aesthetic appeal. Put simply, products built to last preserve natural resources.
Philip Abraham - Managing Director
Carina Glanville - Director
David Marren - Finance & Admin. Manager
Jerry Poland - Operations Manager
At Cyan, we recognise that people are our key assets and we strive for personal and organisational excellence as we work towards fulfilling our vision of producing a range of furniture clearly distinguished by its integrity, value, craftsmanship and style. Expect the very best!
Forest Management on Java
Production forests on Java have evolved into intensively and strictly managed plantations. Management of these lands (4.9 million acres of plantations in 54 forest management districts, mostly in teak) is undertaken directly by the state, through Perum Perhutani, the State Forestry Corporation (SFC).
Young teak trees shown at an Indonesian plantation. In approximately 75 years, these trees will be ready for harvesting. Initially there are between 1000 to 1600 teak stems per hectare.
In certain areas intercropping (tumpang sari) is the most appropriate management system to use as it optimises land use and enables the local population to grow their crops, while protecting the forest as reserves of biodiversity, wildlife habitat, and watersheds.