MILLELEGNI ROVERE OSSIDATO By EmilCeramica by Emilgroup
Porcelain stoneware flooring with wood effect
Millelegni Remake extends and enriches the Millelegni collection, as Emilceramica continues to explore, select and reinterpret some of the world's most beautiful types of timber.
A range comprising 4 colour varieties of North American elms, some closer to the original look and feel and others inspired by particular ways in which the timber boards may be worked, and 2 variants of exquisite oxidised Alpine oak, with all the very distinctive, eye-catching look which this type of wood acquires through lengthy contact with water.
Millelegni Remake: a fresh combination of the random elegance of wood, the ways its surfaces are transformed by time, the hand-crafted character of timber worked by man and a state-of-the-art design language. The ideal collection for design schemes in natural taste and with a strong personality in contemporary residential and commercial locations.
There are two distinctive plank sizes available, 25x150 cm and 20x120 cm, as well as the extra-thick 20 mm size, for a complete, versatile range also enabling seamless continuity of design between indoor and outdoor areas, with excellent performances guaranteed.
Italian oak is particularly common in the Alpine and Pre-Alpine valleys and in the forests of the Apennine mountain chain. Its timber has fairly uniform fibres with occasional irregularities, and particularly impressive mechanical strength, providing an excellent combination of refined looks and functional performances that have always made it one of the most popular, highly prized woods.
In the two colours Rovere Ossidato and Rovere Bruno Ossidato, the Millelegni collection provides a completely accurate reproduction of the stains and other clearly visible marks which its tannins create on the surface after lengthy contact with water. A time-worn look that adds character and temperament to a material which is already very popular and sought-after for the random beauty of its natural effects.