The Trebbo range of parquet floors brings together material and style. They draw inspiration from the past and from our deep knowledge of wood and provide unique furnishing and design features. Trebbo is the name of the small town where the factory that produces Gazzotti parquet is based, the birthplace of our most prestigious products, a place where technological development creates increasingly characteristic items that offer something unique: the new products Gazzotti designs in its workshop in Trebbo.
My Trebbo range is particularly suitable for bringing classic laying patterns up to date.
The numerous effects created by the way the wood is processed and the natural finishes reveal the most authentic, tangible aspect of the wood, the only raw material that is environmentally friendly, always restorable, and always capable of telling the history of the world. Four formats and two thicknesses are available, offering a return to tradition and the allure of ancient woodworking processes. It is suitable for any renovation project, thanks to its 1 cm thickness, with an attention to detail typical of 100% Italian manufacturing.
The Trebbo range is divided up into three families, all designed and produced to recreate the satisfaction one experiences with old wooden floors. As the highly unusual processing techniques and finishes produce unique, individual products.
Serrated: processing marks left on the raw material recall old, handcrafted woodworking, and here they are recreated for a stylish parquet floor with a pronounced design.
Antique: the highly natural look of the raw material and the effects of time provide the sensation of an antique product, in highly stylish colors.
Native: the art of dyeing was already in full swing 2000 years ago. There were no artificial dyes; instead plant dyes were used, or treatments which naturally altered the color of the wood. Each plank, and every small section of timber, responds differently to the treatments, so the differences in color between the planks are intentional, a sign of the finishing procedure used.
All Trebbo products are marked CE, are compliant with the norm UNI EN 14342 and E1 for the formaldehyde release.