The wooden floors Biscuit, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Listone Giordano, After 'preview during the 2015 Salone del Mobile they were presented for the first time in a fair context at Cersaie 2015.
The Biscuit wood flooring collection rediscovers its natural decorative vocation to the wooden floors and gives the material a more sinuous configuration.
In fact, Biscuit is the result of an in-depth analysis of traditional parquet laying systems and becomes an ideal link between historical heritage and contemporary style.
The terminal of the strips is imagined as a rounded profile and therefore modifies the usual linear character of the module, giving it a strong personality. The result is multiple versions of parquet, each of which refers to a different language but with an absolutely current cutting edge.
Inlay, mosaic, herringbone, regular formwork: whatever the chosen laying, Biscuit makes the wood floors look like a fabric rich in weaving and overlapping. The fluid shape is also accentuated by the rushing crown, which traces the surface of the stave giving a sense of further softness to the natural material.
A design story of a living and changeable material that has been able to accompany the evolution of living over the millennia is the one staged at Listone Giordano's stand at Cersaie 2015. Wood as a support surface, as a covering, as furniture for our daily activities: the space of over 150 sqm designed by Marco Tortioli Ricci of the graphic studio Bcpt, tells the Umbrian company and its absolutely unique approach to the theme of wood.