We are proud to announce that this year we have been re-certified CRIBIS Prime Company!
This certification attests to the highest level of reliability from the point of view of business relations and the financial soundness of a company, and is issued only and exclusively to companies that constantly maintain a high commercial economic reliability and that are virtuous in payments to suppliers.
We are proud to be part of the small 7% of Italian companies that annually receives and is renewed!
Last 24th September we celebrated our 40 years of activity, in an exceptional location and in the company of extraordinary people: our precious employees, partners and customers.
40 years in which, day by day, we commit ourselves to giving life to beauty, shaping nature, wood, and making it part of your daily life.
The celebrations were held in Possagno (TV), at the Museum and Gipsoteca of Antonio Canova, an artist whom we feel territorially very attached and whose art inspires us daily in the production of beauty. The evening was opened with an unexpected surprise speech by Professor Vittorio Sgarbi, known as President of the Canova Foundation.
What else can we say: it is true that happiness is only real when it is shared, and we are truly grateful to you for sharing our goal.
We deeply believe in what we do and, although there is still a long way to go, we are sure that walking by your side will be even more beautiful!
Many thanks to all CP Parquet friends for celebrating with us, and to accompany us every day on this journey. Next stop: 50th anniversary 😉
Those who enjoy nature, is knwon, choose CP Parquet.
But even preferring to renovate a property, instead of building a new one, is a sign of great reverence and empathy for the environment.
The renovation project of this 70s villa in the province of Varese (Italy), was conceived in this perspective. The architect Bianchi Sergio was involved not only in the renovation of the building, but also in its energy redevelopment, in order to give life to a modern and technological house which, above all, respects nature.
With great intuition, the architect has recovered timeless architectural solutions to reinterpret them in a contemporary way. A new layout was then born, where the existing premises were redistributed in better articulated ones, wider environments enhanced by the choice of finishes and furnishings that give a modern and refined style.
Artisans and suppliers were then coordinated to highlight the spaces with unique and tailor-made solutions: few (and of extreme quality) were the materials used. The interiors are minimal, characterized by the contrast between the warm tone of Wengè wood floor and the colder tones of Corten and steel panels that cover the central core of the fireplace and staircase.
Overall, these architectural elements are the contour of refined pieces of furniture, mixed in a game of colors and materials that are found in every room.
The parquet was used in all the rooms, so that the warm shade of the Wenge wood flooring would integrate with the design and create a positive energy, favoring feelings of well-being and warmth.
In order to ensure continuity between the rooms, the staircase has also been covered with our boards in Wengè, thanks to the collaboration with CP Lab Design.
A new dialogue with nature is also made possible by the large windows that guarantee maximum usability of the rooms, but above all the constant entry of daylight. Living in lighter, brighter settings has now become a need frequently expressed by clients, who recognise how this type of design goes hand in hand with a sustainable lifestyle that is wary of waste, ever closer to the intelligent management of resources.
As always, a magical balance of well-being and beauty is created when the furnishings of the house enter into deep harmony with the environment.
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Project by: Architect Bianchi Sergio
CP Parquet by Danilo Pagani – Pagani Parquet
Ph: Enzo Marcantonio
It’s now online the video presentation of the project FLOOR LANDSCAPE by Monica Armani!
Watch it here.
For a more complete explanation of the whole project, and how it was born, check out the catalogue.
We await you, together with Architect Monica Armani, to discover the new capsule collection FLOOR LANDSCAPE!
SAVE THE DATE:
June 9, from 3 PM to 5:30 PM
at Agape12 Concept Store – Via Statuto 12, Milan (Italy).
Admission with compulsory registration.
Register now and avoid queues at the entrance, click here.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Agape12 Concept Store – Via Statuto 12, Milan (Italy).
From 7 to 12 of June,
from 10 AM to 9 PM.
SAVE THE DATE: on June 9, from 3 PM to 5:30 PM, Architect Monica Armani will be present in Agape12 to launch the new capsule collection FLOOR LANDSCAPE. Don’t miss it!
Many new and colorful proposals from the iCanneti collection are also waiting for you in the showroom.
Admission with compulsory registration.
Register now and avoid queues at the entrance, click here and book your visit.
From 3rd to 5th December we will exhibit our new iCanneti collection at Arkeda Exhibition in Naples, Italy!
Come and visit us! We are waiting for you at Hall 6, Stand 632.
Today, Hotel La Rosina, which overlooks the magnificent medieval castle of Marostica, offers its guests a new way of experiencing the surrounding natural landscape, with a focus on well-being and comfort.
The purpose of the redevelopment project, by architect Ricardo Lunardon, was to breathe new life into this historic building, which is also a symbol of the city.
In fact, this renovation is part of a more extensive project linked to the 100th anniversary of the hotel’s restaurant, which has been operating since its opening in 1917. It was therefore a complex operation, aimed at offering tourists higher quality services while preserving the spirit and history of this very iconic place in Marostica.
First of all, it was essential to give this accommodation facility a new identity by choosing sophisticated materials such as the Antico Asolo 3 Strati boards, transparent elements and creating a large opening with a stunning view in order to ensure plenty of light, as well as a welcoming and homely atmosphere for guests.
The interior now boasts an even deeper connection with nature as the rooms have been embellished with CP Parquet Oak wood flooring. The natural varnishing and the Rusticone finish, featuring knots and grouted splits, enhance the authenticity, uniqueness and texture of this natural covering material. The light brushing brings out the wood grain even more, which plays with the natural light filtering through the large glass windows, creating attractive light and dark contrasts. The same type of wood was also used for the headboards of the beds, the wainscotting and the doors, as well as in the bathrooms, which also have wooden floors to create spatial continuity between the bathroom, the room and the wonderful scenery outside.
Entering Cantine Nervi’s new site in the heart of the Langhe is a unique experience in the name of wine and design.
The project was curated by architect Gian Carlo Primatesta to add a modern building for welcoming guests, to house offices and production onto the historical Cantina Nervi – the oldest Gattinara Docg winery.
It was inspired by the surprising architectural creations of engineer Pier Luigi Nervi, famous in the ‘50s and ’60s for his extraordinary grid structures.
Walking on the splendid CP Parquet oak floors you enter a spectacular tasting room, suspended in the air above the winemaking area, and covered by a majestic wooden barrel roof composed of a single bay with a span of 23 metres. This is the dream of every wine lover: to taste the great expressions of Nebbiolo and at the same time see how these exceptional wines are made thanks to the glass walls of the room, offering a thrilling 360° view of the area below. The floor is made with natural wood Antico Asolo 3 strati boards and harmoniously integrates with all of the other elements. In fact, in this environment the various materials merge with each other, finding the perfect synthesis: the metal of the load bearing structures, the wood of the roofs and parquets, the transparencies of glass.
To get to the tasting area one goes up a scenographic staircase of lithe lines. CP Parquet has custom-built the steps for this work of design, using the same oak wood that was used for the suspended room. The steps climb around the circular metal structure, creating a very dynamic effect that inspires suspense and curiosity in the visitor.
The oak parquets were also installed in the hall, in the offices and in the bathrooms, built to measure with wooden cladding also on the walls and white marble inserts for the wash basin counters. Very interesting, in the various rooms of the wine cellar is the changing interaction created between the natural light, that filters in from the broad windows on every side of the building, and the floors. The rays of sunlight reach the shades of colour, the knots, the veins, the lines of the wooden surfaces differently over the course of the day, enhancing unique details and interesting features. The parquet boards are finished with a rustic effect and light brushing that brings out the natural veins of the wood, underlining the materiality and uniqueness of the surface.
In addition to the quality of the natural wood floors, CP Parquet was also chosen for the special shade of the oak variety, that goes perfectly with the colour of the barrels.
At Cantina Nervi, the wine is aged for many long years in oak barriques. Through the choice of materials and colours, the architectural project intends to highlight the value of the cellar, creating a visual common thread in every room. The fine wood variety, chosen for the parquets, comes from responsibly farmed forests that are managed sustainably to guarantee the balance and regeneration of the ecosystem. They are processed in Italy according to the utmost respect of the fine raw material and health, using water-based paints, glues with very low VOC emissions and finishes carried out by hand by master CP Parquet craftsmen.
Now, like never before, we are rediscovering the importance of feeling well and comfortable in the environments we inhabit.
This need is starting to manifest not just in the way we furnish the rooms of our homes, but also in the design of working spaces, where we spend increasingly significant amounts of time.
The Architects of Blocco18, Marco Grigoletti and Simone Salvaro, used this new way we experience spaces as the basis for designing the interior of a notary’s office in the region of Verona.
Warmth, hospitality and functionality were the core values around which this never-before-seen working habitat was built. The way the spaces, furnished like modern living rooms, were set up and the choice of natural materials that are a pleasure to look at and touch, such as wooden furniture and the Oak CP Parquet floor, were the elements that most contributed to conveying the idea of “home”.
In fact, choosing parquet to clad surfaces brings warmth and a sense of well-being, not just to the rooms of the home but also to working spaces, imparting a sense of peace and safety and helping to make the work environment a space where we are happy to spend our time.
Progetto: Studio Blocco18
Architetti: Simone Salvaro e Marco Grigoletti
Photo: Eros Mauroner
CP Parquet by Pauletti Superfici
Parquet: Antico Asolo 2 Layers Maxi Collection, Veneto Line, European Oak, Rustic choice, brushed varnished Padova
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