A beautiful Project of Pablo Lantero in Cantabria with a bespoke flooring in real white
Picture courtesy of Luis Palomeque, Torrelavega
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has reopened the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Madrid.
Spanish architect, Rafael de la Hoz , has been instrumental in the historical restoration while French designers, Gilles & Boissier, have overseen the interiors, increasing the property’s appeal to local and international guests alike. Each of the 153 luxuriously appointed rooms, including 53 suites, now enjoy a chic and contemporary residential style.
We have had the privilege to collaborate in this project with the rooms and suites flooring as well as in the public areas
Picture courtesy of Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Madrid
Bespoke flooring for an architectural Office in Santander
Photography: All picture copyright by JOSEMA CUTILLAS
architecture and design: FDA-ARQUITECTOS Santander
Installation and project: TPI Tarimas, Parquets e Instalaciones, Torrelavega.
Image: Josema CUTILLAS
Our new bespoke flooring project underway in a prime central London historical Grade II listed building dating from 1845 in St James’s.
The building will be redeveloped to offer 110,000 sq ft of office accommodation, a pavilion extension and rooftop terraces with views across London’s Westminster and Green Park.
What a great project with TPI Tarimas, Parquets e Instalaciones, Torrelavega
An intervention in a building that speaks of the history of the city, its relationship with the port and its past as a deposit of processed tobacco, safeguarding its heritage value.
Biophilic and sustainable architecture
Refurbishment of walls and flooring
For a project of Originalinberlin, a new residential house by Ray Kappe Architects, we manufactured a special American red oak with only 38mm widths and up to 2400mm. The selection is a special knot free selection but with a very lively grain.
Finish was done on site with a Bona craftoil according to our clients specification. We are looking forward to see everything finished
Have a look at the construction site