The Zambolin family is deeply rooted in the tradition of woodworking typical of the superior Brenta area which, descending from Bassano del Grappa, crosses an area renowned for its furniture culture.

The family-run store was transformed into a business at the beginning of the 70s by Emilio Zambolin, who passed on the tools of the job to the next generation, enriching the traditional experience with the most modern woodworking techniques; handing down an ancient culture that is not afraid to face the sudden changes in market demands.

In the last decade his son Luca, aware of the potential of the company that has come to him, has decided to undertake a further path of expansion, cultivating the use of advanced technologies, developing a careful look at design and contemporary artistic expression, without forgetting the importance of quality unchanged over the years and the particular attention paid to the needs of its customers.

This is how the idea of LZwoodTECH was born today, renewing its name and image, remaining faithful to the land that saw its birth.


LZwoodTECH, as a modern industrial woodworking company, proposes a new concept of wood processing aimed at stores and companies that strive for maximum customer satisfaction, guaranteeing a custom-made, handcrafted product to safeguard its quality.

The product is, from design to finish, totally Italian and made in the company’s headquarters, where it uses numerical control technology. The company offers a wide portfolio of home furnishings, home accessories, windows and wooden stairs. It also designs and produces packaging for various product sectors.

These products in small series are flanked by the realization and sale of industrial scale items for established brands in the sector. All this allows LZwoodTECH to offer its experience, competence and imagination throughout the Italian territory, with the awareness of being able to guarantee the best results.

The EMISFERA Collection is realized on projects by the designer Pietro Zennaro. PDF of the Emisfera Collection presentation.