The word “parquet” derives from the Old French “parchet” meaning “a small enclosed space”.
The first modular parquet, also known as the Versailles Pattern, was introduced in France in 1684 to replace luxurious marble flooring, as due to frequent washing the wooden beams beneath the floors would rot. Soon this discovery was noticed by other architects and in 1693 it was used in the Palace of Versailles and Grand Trianon. In this way, mosaic parquet spread across Europe and became associated with luxury.
It is amazing that the creative possibilities of mosaic parquet are practically unlimited. Different wood (oak, walnut, maple and mahogany are the most popular) or materials (wood and marble, ceramics or metal) may be combined in the production of parquet. Also, depending on the design and purpose of the product, parquet may be made of parquet panels or solid wood boards and used at home with heated floors.
Our primary goal in parquet production is to implement an individual vision of design by 100%. We have created and produced over 30 unique patterns. We use lasers for precise material processing and pattern development, while modules are assembled by hand.
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