Höller is a family-run company in the heart of the Alps, with offices in Alto Adige and Switzerland. Tracing its origins to a carpentry workshop founded in 1949, it has developed over the years into a firm specializing in luxury interior furnishings for an international clientele. The company uses the latest technologies, but at the heart of every team lies craft skill and expertise. The organization has roughly 50 employees - project managers, designers, construction specialists, highly trained expert carpenters, varnishers and assemblers -, giving it the experience to be a reliable partner throughout the creation of luxury residential and hotel interiors. It has also recently branched out into the superyacht sector. For such work, Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) conformity is essential, setting the bar exceptionally high for fire safety, lightness of construction elements and use of diverse materials. Achieving such standards inevitably requires improving upstream engineering processes to guarantee optimal precision and quality for end products. Höller’s technical team supports architects across all its production sectors to find the best building solutions for their design ideas. This entails significant personalization in each creation, with attention to detail always a defining trait. The goal is to produce rooms and settings that match the client’s demanding expectations, ensuring the right personality shines through. The company only works with top class suppliers of raw materials in Europe and all its wood is from sustainable forests. Experimenting with new materials, combining materials and trialing new processing methods and finishes are central to the company’s ethos. This focus on quality raw materials and processing is coupled with notable production capacity and the organizational know-how required to deliver on time. The final stage is, of course, post-assembly service for clients.