Xilo1934 is an Italian company specialiased in manufacturing natural wood flooring from local logging. A company with great tradition in producing completely biodegradable floorings while taking care of the environment and people’s health.
It was a month ago when I started searching wood flooring for a project. Then a week ago, when the company reached me, I was pleased to learn more about their products and eventually test them.
Xilo1934 offers all interior and exterior flooring collections as well as Xilomoenia, a wooden system of protection and cover for vertical civil and industrial building structures. The newest addition to the interior collection is Xilo1934 Mix.
The unique shades that were already present in the company’s palette develop into a new comprehensive project full of colors. Six variants with 10 cm wide planks are designed to meet many different moods and match various styles. The planks came in a prefinished version, ready to be laid without any finishing treatment, which reduces the time in a remarkable way.
The company is well known for its sustainable wood treatment: no formaldehyde, no health risk emissions. The parquet flooring is entirely made in Italy with improved lacquer coat, which makes it more durable and with high scratch resistance. But it is also extremely easy to maintain and the surface may be repaired. It is suitable for both floor heating and cooling systems. It’s a combination of quality and beauty that is worth a try.
Xilo1934 è una azienda milanese nota per la produzione di pavimenti in legno made in Italy e totalmente biodegradabili. Con le sue sfumature uniche, il parquet Xilo1934 si distingue nel panorama dei pavimenti. E ancora una volta, l’azienda presenta una collezione che identifica inequivocabilmente il brand – Xilo1934 Mix. Sei basi con diversi colori, volutamente su doghe larghe 10 cm per enfatizzare al meglio l’aspetto cromatico. Sei varianti concepite per incontrare altrettanti mood e stili differenti.
This post is in collaboration with the brand, however, the opinions are my own. Renderings by Xilo1934.