Installed as MODULES or CHEVRONS / HERRINGBONES, giving new forms to the parquet flooring.
This collection allows you to use the plank of multiple woods, finishes and processes, from the Cadorin collections, turning them into multi-pieces to be placed as you wish, like a puzzle, giving new forms to the parquet flooring.
No longer small pieces of wood locked into frames, but large pieces of plank crossed together, in squares or assembled as you wish for loose-lay installation right up to the wall!!
A product created with the new production line designed by Cadorin Parquet that allows us to "cut out" precisely the individual pieces of the standard plank without losing the benefit of the "m/f interlocking on four sides" that eliminates the usual rods, making it extremely easy to lay the floor precisely, evenly and perfectly.
Technical structure of the Modules and Herringbone
Chevron 45/60 - Herringbone 90
Chevron 45° / 60° - Herringbone 90° parquet flooring
Parquet geometries are many and various, but the most familiar is surely herringbone. And with designers taking the lead from Art Deco ideas of time past, the angled pieces now appear in different sizes, woods, cuts and finishes.
Here too, the range of herringbone options presented by Cadorin features renewed and in some cases unprecedented style notions. This means not only the cut, which can be 60°, 45°, 90° or indeed any angle requested, but also the length and width of the basic piece, which becomes the focal point of a contemporary design. In addition to the traditional narrow strips of 6-9 cm width, there is now a great demand for wider pieces: 20, 25 and 30 cm.
The end result? Totally different!
In short, the options range from narrow slats, crafted and refined in a variety of finishes, to much bigger items, thanks to the adoption of wider and longer modules that give any room a truly majestic look.
The definition of exclusive! The simple freedom to combine finishes and textures of the many CADORIN collections with different shapes and sizes of strips. Or to create a decidedly original and eye-catching 'patchwork' made up of conventional strip flooring and herringbone patterns.
Technical structure of the Herringbone