Textures and surface textures, to always allow maximum customization of the floor.
Brushed, planed, seasoned. Workmanship is the stylistic feature of Fiemme Tremila. It is born from the skilled hands and experience of our craftsmen, from our tradition combined with the most modern design, to give each floor a unique and inimitable shape.
After gluing and profiling, the noble lamella is sanded with 220/240 g (very fine) sandpaper. After the sanding, you can then proceed with the treatment to obtain a perfect flat surface, without any other peculiarity.
The surface and soft part of the wood is removed by passing under special brushes that leave the hardest wood grain in relief and give it greater resistance to wear and tear.
As in the brushed treatment, special brushes remove the superficial and more tender part of the wood: the action of the brushes is stronger, resulting in a deep embossed wood grain and a more tactile feeling.
Modern techniques are used to recreate the rustic effect of cutting the board with the old saws. This process, very soft to the touch, increases the resistance to walking and helps to confuse the signs of time. For this reason, it is particularly recommended for high traffic areas.
It recalls the result of the ancient techniques used to flatten and smooth the rough boards. The floor takes on a longitudinally wavy appearance, creating particular movements and reflections. This working is always accompanied by hand bevelling on all edges.
Through particular interventions on the noble part of the board, abrasions and modulations are obtained to simulate the wear and tear of time and footfall. This work is always accompanied by hand bevelling on all edges.
Through deep abrasive techniques, combined with accentuated chamfering, the effect of the natural consumption of the boards is enhanced to give life to woods with a lively and lived-in appearance, where the irregularity of the material and strong shading create effects of exceptional aesthetic impact.
Scritto a mano
A long and meticulous workmanship that, through ancient gestures supported by modern technology, consumes the softest parts of the surface allowing the hardest knots and grains to emerge, leaving a unique and different design for each board.
Through special interventions, we work the upper part of the board to create modulations and abrasions that simulate the wear of time. Then we brush the surface in three directions to get diagonal engravings similar to the strings of a musical instrument. We always complete this process with a hand bevelling on all edges.
With great craftsmanship, the edges of the boards are manually worn down, making the dimensions and shape of the boards more evident. The edges appear more marked and irregular, as if they were worn out by time and wear.
The edges of the boards are abraded manually creating a rounded, not regular, effect. The appearance of the boards is softened and embossed compared to the flooring laid. This process is always combined with brushing.
Using a mix of modern technologies and handicraft techniques, we recreate artificially on the surface of 20% of the boards the holes made by wood-worms and the speckles left by parasites, giving the floor the charm of a seasoned and aged wooden floor.