The Triscaideca studio design contact with Moskito Parquets for its La Caníbal restaurant project in Madrid (C / Argumosa 28, Madrid). This authentic bar of wines and natural beers and cheeses from the Lavapiés neighborhood was looking for a product with a great character and at the same time it would fit in the atmosphere. It was love at first sight. Javier did not hesitate to see our Imondi Flooring Farmhouse parquet to get a space to enjoy the pleasures of life around materials of nature itself.
Parquet is an example of how we work in pure essence. A wood reclaimed from ancient floors worked in an artisan way to show the character of recycled wood and its recognized quality. In addition to the fact that reclaimed wood floors are by nature organic products, the recovery process is totally respectful with the environment.
Raw material comes from forests managed sustainably and from sources recovered throughout the world. Suppliers with chain of custody, from where the responsible management of the world’s forests is promoted.
- The FSC® certification provides a credible link between responsible production and consumption of forest products, allowing consumers and businesses to make purchasing decisions that benefit people and the environment, as well as providing continuous commercial value. FSC®chain of custody (CoC) tracks certified and FSC®-controlled material through the production process, from the forest to the consumer, including all successive stages of processing, transformation, manufacturing and distribution.
- LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an internationally recognized green building certification system. Created by the United States Ecological Construction Council (USGBC), LEED promotes sustainable building and development practices through a set of rating systems that recognize projects that implement strategies for better environmental and health performance. The system is based on credit, which allows projects to earn points for actions respectful of the environment taken during the construction and use of a building.