Randa Line - The Italian Art of Parquetery

Services

3D Rendering

The 3D rendering is a photo-realistic representation of three-dimensional digital ambience generated by software. The calculation of lights, shadows, reflections, transparencies and perspectives is done in full compliance with optics and physics laws so the final result is an image comparable to a photo that can give you a perfect idea of the space in object.

The 3D rendering is now a widespread practice in the field of interior design to show a sort of preview regarding a specific setting before the final work.

It is a tool that can also be decisive in decisions making process, for example in reference to the choice of a particular floor design rather than other.

Transport

Transport available on request. In italy the service is carried by us. Worldwide we we rely on trustable couriers.

Laying

The installation consists of all the operations times to arrange on the floor, wall, ceiling all the elements object of cutting and machining. The installation service is also offered by us abroad. The installation requires no additional processing if it affects a pre-finished product, otherwise if the latter is supplied by us in raw form, involves sanding operations, plastering and painting directly on site.

The laying techniques practiced by Randa Line observe the tolerances of the screed moisture and temperature environment provided by industry regulations and they are:

Glued

The wooden elements are glued directly to the screed with biocomponent adhesives or equivalent.

We are able to lay on traditional cement screed, self-leveling in anhydrite, radiant.

Floating

The wooden elements are simply placed on the screed appropriately lined with a sound absorbing mat.

The floating pose requires each element to be provided with male/female joints along the edges in order to facilitate clamping and flatness.

Nailed

It is the oldest laying techniqu. It requires an intermediate substrate between the screed and the floor to allow the latter to take hold.

The most popular laying plans are:

Irregular Aligned Layout

All the elements are arranged for parallel files and have different lengths. Head junctions fall into outset and completely irregular positions.

Regular Aligned Layout

Individual elements are arranged for parallel files and all have the same length. All trhe line, have the head junctions in the same center.

French Herring-Bone

The elements are arranged for parallel lines and have different lengths and random lengths. Each row, in turn, has different and random widths.

 Hungarian Herring-Bone

The individual elements have the two short sides cut with a 45° or 60° inclination to the long sides.

Italian Herring-Bone

All the elements are arranged at 90 degrees to each other so the head of an elements touch a side of the other.

Square Patterns

The elements are assembled to form a square that constitutes the laying unit. The length of the elements must be the exact multiple of the width.

The laying schemes just described may be the starting point for more complex geometries.

Restoration

Depending on the extent of the intervention, the restoration can consist either in a remodeling process of each element or in a complete replacing with new creation identical to those to be renewed.

Renewal treatments are done through planing and painting operations to be done directly at the site. We are able to implement these treatments abroad too.


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