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I riflessi dell'Arte


Opening during Fuorisalone:

12/04-16/04 h. 10.00 - 21.00
17/04 h. 10.00 - 18.00

For the concept “The reflection of Art”, Corà Parquethas chosenan art galleryin the typical arts’ district, close to Brera Academy, to show its best collections of wood flooring. The big display room is an ancient shell still keeping the original essence of this place – with beams on the ceiling that seem to reflect the “old” flooring “full of footsteps” – that has been made even more precious and charming with Gavin Worth’s works collected in a niche.


Corà Parquet

Corà Parquet Division was established in 1993 as the first one of all the divisions of Corà Legnami, the Italian leading Group in wood and wood derivatives manufacturing and trading. With a continuous development of the offer that counts on more than 150 products of pre-finished and traditional wood flooring, Corà Parquet Division satisfies all the requests coming from retail and contract markets, for both indoor and outdoor use, as well as specific needs of renovation. Thanks to the long-lasting activity in supply markets worldwide, the Company has a total control of the production chain as to guarantee the highest quality of all the products. From the selection of raw materials, to treatments and processing, the life of each board is traceable. The selection, the cut and drying processes allow to create unique parquet floors, enhancing the natural beauty of wood, and durable even if no special handling is required. Each type of parquet requires a specific process as to emphasize the value of the wood specie but also the functional properties based on the type of laying. For these reasons the Company pays special attention to the drying process, that is essential to achieve excellence, and was brought for the first time in the Italian market in the 60’s by Corà Legnami. The planking lays in dedicated warehouses for a certain time that depends on the thickness and wood specie, room humidity and temperature constantly checked. For example, oak planks 80 mm thick requires up to 180 days. Moreover, thanks to many probes fitted into the product it is possible to measure the proper evaporation of exceeding water and the proper humidity of all the wood fibers. Strips cut and selection will follow, and they are then assembled and pressed, in this way the planks are manufactured, ready for the refinishing process next. The Company supports and believes in a responsible handling of wood as natural resource. For this reason, Corà wants to represent the fight against the illegal cut and always apply a reforestation process further timber harvest. All the Corà Parquet Division products fulfill the Regulation (EU) No 955 of 20th October 2010, laying down the obligations of traceability of timber and products derived from such timber to prohibit the placing on EU market of illegally harvested timber (Due Diligence of Wood). Each plant operates with sustainability criteria and responsible exploitation and all the products are certified by FSC and CoC Standards. The Company commits itself to use renewable sources of energy and to reduce CO2 emissions.

Barbara Frigerio Contemporary Art
Via Ciovasso, 5

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