Published on : Wednesday, May 11, 2016
One of the market leaders in wood veneer processing, Decospan will be exhibiting at the Carrefour International du Bois in Nantes, France from June 1 to 3, 2016. The brand’s flooring and panels divisions proudly present two new collections – Cabbani and Nørdus respectively.
Cabbani is a high quality parquet floor that is very customisable. The boards are available in 3 dimensions, with an HDF or birch multiplex core with tongue and groove, with an oak top layer of 2, 3.2 or 5.5mm and available in 23 different colors. There are 4 different levels of finishing possible, from a basic colour to two-tones to reactive oils. This makes Cabbani a very versatile solution. Hence the brand’s baseline: “custom made parquet”.
Cabbani is the result of the successful integration of the French brand “Europlac” in the Decospan group which was finalized in the summer of 2015. Both companies share a passion for wood and are very complementary. By joining forces they can now answer almost any demand for wooden flooring. Cabbani bridges the warmth and beauty of high-quality European oak parquet flooring with contemporary architecture. The French production guarantees trendy products with respect for nature and the utmost care for quality.
With Nørdus, Decospan offers an accessible collection of veneered panels that fits perfectly with the trend towards contemporary Scandinavian interior design. For the Nørdus collection, only the best softwood and birch wood is collected and carefully processed into finely cut veneer. This way, the raw materials are optimised. Thanks to the unique mixmatch technique, the veneer panels get a solid character, without optical interruption. Nørdus is available as veneered panel, flex and matching edge bands.
This collection embodies the Scandinavian lifestyle and nurtures us with cosines and warmth. For the finishing of the panels a number of different possibilities are suggested in the brochure. These were selected in cooperation with Rubio Monocoat (Belgian producer of oils) and Hesse GmbH (German producer of stains and lacquers).