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For more than 20 years, Monpar has been a dynamic and well organized Italian wood floor factory. The continual and permanent research in new products and new technologies has made Monpar one of the well-known producers in Italy and around the world Monpar produces three-layer planks and multilayer planks also with important size with width upto 300 mm and length upto 2800 mm. They also spcialize in tiles or any kind of designed wood floor. Every finish and surface is handmade by experienced Italian artisans and gives unique high quality to every Monpar’s wood floor. The PEFC certification and CE mark guarantee specific attention to environment and eco-friendly productions. THREE-LAYER PLANKS – This collection of wood floors shows how efficiently the architect Monpar has succeeded in industrializing a theme related to the use of large formats so dear to the architecture of the past. Monpar’s design language, in fact, finds its inspiration in the antique furniture, yet giving to his creations a personal and contemporary character. These wood floors are rich without being opulent and allow to create unexpected and graphic-like designs. The Design Collection by Monpar and Carlo Dal Bianco is, in essence and character, an exclusive and tailor-made floor, while in fact remaining a three-layer monoplank flooring counterbalanced with top layer of precious wood.

QUICK FACTS – Monpar floors are made in Alonte, Italy.

EXPERTISE – Old wood floors restored in planks, Three-layer planks, two layer planks, any kind of designed wood floor.

SURFACE TREATMENT – Brushed, Pre-sanded, Hand Planed, Saw/Cut

LAYING – Floating or Glued Down

DESIGN TILES – THREE-LAYER PLANK – Noble Wood 4 mm (nominal) Size Thickness 15 mm / Width random 80-300 mm / Length 1200-2400 mm

Certifications: PEFC, Prodotto Fabbrica Italiana, CE

Support Three Layer: top layer by noble restored wood, central layer solid conifer, bottom layer made by precious wood to counterbalance

Manufacturing: Four slightly chamfered sides locked together

Surfaces: Polished, Brushed, Handscrapped

Finish: Replicating old and original finishes