Cork House company is pleased to present “Antiquarian Ash”, a new cork flooring collection, from Antique Cork series. This is a VIP-class collection, exclusive cork flooring from the best cork material of Italy, Portugal and Switzerland.
“Antiquarian Ash” collection is represented in several variations: a traditional parquet board, modular parquet and “Port boards” series.
ANY COLOR COMBINATIONS
Cork House company has developed a know-how technology, that allows getting a visual ash wood effect with the touch of good old times.
Cork House cork parquet from the new “Antiquarian Ash” collection will marvel the most experienced flooring expert. It is impossible to find two identical plates: each plate of this kind of parquet is unique both in texture and design. Secret is simple at first thought: Cork House cork parquet from “Antiquarian Ash” collection is exclusive hand made. Cork House professionals work on each plate separately to recapture natural wood beauty. As a result each plate comes is different.
Cork parquet as a traditional parquet board is for those who prefer traditional classic in interior. However, there is freedom for imagination. Cork House, having its own production, suggests a wide range of cork parquet lamella size from “Antiquarian Ash” collection. This allows creating so many options for parquetry, that each interior will be unique. Such flooring is universal: it is suitable for any room in your house: living room or study, children’s room or bedroom. The “Antiquarian Ash” parquet can be safely installed even in the bathroom or kitchen, because it is a glue-down cork parquet, which is water resistant.
“CORK BRICK” PANEL
Cork panels as oak brick perfectly complements an interior in such styles as Loft, Grunge and Country. Cork brick floor gives entirety and completeness to the interior. Such a “brick floor”, having unusual colour and style, does not support combustion and is water resistant. At the same time this kind of panels has important aspects such as low price and simplicity in installation compared with real oak blocks. “Cork brick” panel also are used for walls and ceilings finishing making accent on style and expressing your original, decorative effect in interior. Patented processes from the Cork House company allow to give any colour and tone to the cork panels. Cork House atelier selects cutting variant, texture and ageing degree for each particular interior, taking into account its characteristics.
ANTIQUARIAN CORK MODULAR PARQUET - ROYAL LUXURY AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE
Cork modular parquet from “Antiquarian ash” collection is an absolutely new product in the flooring market. On the one hand, it preserves the classic modular parquet traditions. On the other hand, most advanced technology by Cork House was used to create cork modules of the “Antiquarian ash” collection. As a result, the modules are varied in both cork billet size and color, which allows your interior to “sparkle”.
PORT BOARD - GREAT ADDITION TO COUNTRY OR LOFT STYLE IN INTERIOR
“Port boards” series is an excellent solution for interiors in the “Country” and “Loft” styles. Behind the deceptive simplicity and intentional roughness of cork lamella as “Antiquarian Ash” collection boards, “Port boards” is where modern interior style chic is. This option is for the brave, for those ready for experiments. But no matter what you choose, you will certainly realize that “Antiquarian Ash” cork flooring interiors have a special aesthetics that creates a sense of presentability proved by time.
NONSTANDARD CORK SOLUTION IS POSSIBLE!
THE MOST IMPORTANT REMAINS NOT ONLY IN MEMORY...
Cork House will help you to save important moments of your life for long years. We realize any of your wishes and ideas. The sky is the limit: Cork House has its own production and laboratory, patented processes and the best cork material – this is the foundation thanks to which exclusive cork floorings are created. Exclusive cork floor from Cork House is real and affordable.
CORK HOUSE ANTIQUARIAN CORK TILE
Cork house offers “Antiquarian cork tile” cork flooring collection. Depending on the goal, the cork floors can be similar to ceramic tile or carpet. Thanks to the patented technology of applying image on cork flooring, the variety of design, patterns and colors are almost unlimited.
VENEER CORK MODULE
Court style is a choice of modern aristocrats, imitating a delicate taste and own vision of the personal space. With the Antique Cork collection, you can enjoy royal sophistication and an exquisite variety of colors. In our catalog the best variants of modular floor coverings of the last years in modern execution are presented. Historical parquet modules from the oldest European palaces are now re-emerging, giving the interior a value and tangible spirit of nobility, sustained by time. Cork floors from Cork House, recreating the historic parquet of the oldest European palaces of ancient times, will serve you for decades.
Cork classic from Cork House
Various artistic solutions are presented in our Antique Cork catalogue to create a true palace interior in your house or apartment. Elegant luxury court parquet was previously available only for the few. Today almost everyone has the opportunity to add splendor and gravitas to their interior, finding solution based on own preference from cork modular parquet, which were created according to old photographs and a relic from the past sketches, repeating the historical parquet of that time.
Cork flooring module
Palais Royal is one of the most famous Paris landmarks. This architectural complex was designed by Jacques Lemercier for cardinal Richelieu and was first named Cardina palace. Its history is very interesting: during its existence it was a bordello, musicians and writers meeting place, a courthouse. Revolutionaries have burned it, and only in XX century this landmark was completely reconstructed. The interior and parquet of incredible beauty have been also restored, which now helps visitors dive into the history.
Compiegne Castle keeps the memory about many kings. The castle acquired its today’s look under Ludovic XV in 1751. Castle interior has been repeatedly changed for a long existing history. As each new monarch came to power, the castle was transformed and sometimes unrecognizably. The lost grandeur was returned to the castle by the Capetiens dynasty.
Maintenon Castle is located in Maintenon 15 km away from Chartres. The castle was built in the period from XII to XVII century. The XVII century interior was recreated during the restoration. Magnificent modular parquet was also reconstructed according to the parquet examples that were in Maintenon Castle in the past centuries.
Courances Castle is 60 km south from Paris. Claude Gaiard, notary officer, bought the castle and surrounding area in 1622. The castle we know today is the one built in the Gaiard days instead of the castle that was demolished. The present-day castle is built in Ludovic XIII time style. Parquet also corresponds to that style and is a perfect example of the classic parquet modular floor.
Maisons-Laffitte castle is one of the famous masterpieces by the outstanding Sun-King architect – Francois Mansar. He was the first to create not a usual for that time castle – fortress but a palace-residence. Maisons-Laffitte boasts itself with its marvelous interiors and splendid parquet. You can visit this castle in the Paris suburbs with the same name, north-west from Paris, by the Seine river.
Brissac Castle was built in the 11th century by Fulk Nerra. The owners were constantly changing, in 1434 the castle was bought by Pierre de Briese, who was a minister under Charles VII and Ludovic several times. Rene de Cosse bought the castle in 1592, since that time and to our days the castle owned by the Cosse – Brissac family. Essential antique furniture items and old modular parquet are preserved in interior. Such details grab your attention and allow to feel the spirit of that period.
The Palais Bourbon is located in Paris in Saint Germain. It is named after Bourbon duchesse, for whom it was built by King Ludovic XIV. The palace construction began in 1722 under the supervision of Italian architect Lorenzo Giardini. The palace floor is made from highly artistic modular parquet, assembled from separate strictly geometric boards. Nowadays the Palais Bourbon hosts the National Assembly sessions
The Chateau at Amboise is located in the Loire Valley. Its history began in the Celts time. The look of the castle harmoniously combines the Middle Ages and the Renaissance era, where the flourishing of the flamboyant architecture is reflected. The Chateau at Amboise belonged to the powerful and notable Amboise family during four centuries and only in 1434 it became a royal property. Despite the centuries that passed by, the antique parquet in the castle has its original look, that still fascinates the visitors. Nowadays the castle belongs to the Saint Ludovic Foundation.
The floor was presented in Versailles, France in 1684 and was made with small pieces of multicolored hardwood of geometric form such as ovals, squares and triangles. The details were cut by hand, glued to the floor, cleaned, were smoothed and polished. This is when this flooring installation method got its name “parquet”.
Chateau de Chamerolles is an architectural construction in the Orleans forests surrounded by many beautiful reservoirs. It is implemented in two-colour brick setting with three wings and turrets that decorated the walls. The parquet is as astonishing as the castle itself; it saved the charm of the old times. The castle is famous with its museum dedicated to the spirits creation history and the green park in Renaissance style.