Laying geometries

After choosing the wood species, the format and the finish, there’s a final decision to make: how to arrange the strips?
There are various laying geometries to choose from, from the most classic "strip-pattern parquet flooring" to the more particular and characterful ones such as herringbone or Hungarian pattern.
The choice of the pattern and installation direction depends on various aspects: first of all, there is the aesthetic factor, but some technical aspects must also be considered, including the size of the rooms and their lighting.
Let our team advise you on the solution that best suits your needs

STRIP-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

STRIP-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

Parquet made up of a pattern of slats of equal width and random length.
BRICK-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

BRICK-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

Parquet made up of pieces of the same length and width, laid so that the joints between the ends come halfway along the length of neighboring pieces.
FRENCH FLOORING (multiform installation)

FRENCH FLOORING (multiform installation)

Parquet made up of elements of different, random lengths and a series of widths, laid in parallel.
BASKET PATTERN

BASKET PATTERN

Strips, blocks or slats laid edge to edge to form a square whose sides are the same length as the strip, block or slat.
HERRINGBONE PARQUET FLOORING

HERRINGBONE PARQUET FLOORING

Parquet made up of pieces of the same size with their ends cut at 90°, laid perpendicularly to each other at 45° to walls and/or laying strips.
HUNGARIAN-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

HUNGARIAN-PATTERN PARQUET FLOORING

Parquet made up of pieces of the same size with their ends mitre cut between 45° and 60°, laid end to end at right angles or at 120° to form parallel patterns.

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