In writing this case history focused on Lumbertech Canapa Oak, it is a moment to move from the description of the interior design project of a nice hotel to an enthusiastic review Tripadvisor.
Because when the hospitality is well studied, it involves all aspects of the Hotellerie. This is the case of Aristeo hotel, which is located in the heart of Cagliari, with a dream view of the marina.
This small structure, managed by Mattia and Luca, two brothers as much identical as welcoming, is located on the third floor of a historic building in a strategic position, perfect for exploring the historic centre on foot and enjoying the view of the sea.
The hotel, on a project by architect Mauro Soddu and engineer Luca Andreoni, has been recently renovated with quality materials and solutions, a modern taste unites all the rooms, privileging fresh tones and natural light.
A clean style requires greater attention to detail and the materials used, which is why Lumbertech was chosen as the floor covering for all the rooms: entrance hall, breakfast area and rooms and also with decorative value of the breakfast buffet wall.
The 300 square meters of Lumbertech Canapa Oak painted were chosen for the natural beauty of the oak, combined with the resistance of the patent with which Lumbertech is made.
The running installation of the planks (2200x270x11mm) gives the rooms dynamism, also in the wall version in a play of interlacing that creates continuity with the white tiles towards the bar corner.
This engineered wood once again proves to be perfect for use in public spaces. Lumbertech is a wood floor strengthened in resistance thanks to the coupling with Wood Powder and for this reason it is more and more often inserted in hotellerie projects and in contract projects where the technical aspect of the material is a fundamental element.
Its resistance to footsteps, shocks and dents, as well as to class Bfl-s1 fire reaction, make it ideal for environments that are difficult for common parquet. At the same time, Lumbertech does not neglect the aesthetic aspect, highlighting all the beauty of wood, its warmth, its expressiveness and its still evident link with nature.
Photo by Cédric Dasesson