Designed by Architect Monica Armani for CP Parquet the the FLOOR LANDSCAPE capsule collection is the result of a multidisciplinary approach to the theme of surfaces that, thanks to the collaboration and craftsmanship of CP Parquet, starts from the study of Italian culture linked to art, to sculpture and architecture, to give life to a modern and design product. 

The result is a collection of wooden floors and wood panelling that translates the most significant values of Italian culture into four scenarios: Milan, Florence, Venice and Corvara. From these places, and from their history and conformation, innovative compositional solutions are born, albeit consistent with the heritage of the territory to which they are inspired.

The collection consists of horizontal surfaces, vertical boiserie, and perimeter profiles to be combined as desired. The proposals originate from the idea that a space, both domestic and hospitality, always represents a three-dimensional volume to be embellished with a dress. The idea that wood is transformed into a dress, and that the surface is a fabric on which to apply decorative textures allows a freedom of expression without borders and maximum customization.


The Milanese culture of the '900 and its applications in the field of architectural design have provided the starting point for a floor with an innovative angular cut associated with the Scala and Quadro borders and the Niemeyer and Necchi boiserie. The style is graphic, ordered, and consistent with the Milanese tradition of wooden floors with a cross-thorn effect but in a more contemporary look.


Florence is a place of origin of the Renaissance, the awareness of a new era after the Middle Ages and of cultural, artistic and Italian language rebirth.
It is precisely the language that celebrates the creative cradle of art that created the basis for the design of Giotto and Bifora boiserie graphic synthesis of the characteristic architectural sign of the period. The association with horizontal surfaces and the Cupola edging, gives rise to complete and easily modular scenographies.


Venetian culture has been able to accommodate different stylistic periods and convert them into a stage of extraordinary beauty.
The concept of integration builds the creative hypothesis for the Venezia textured floor with a cross-woven effect, which is combined with the boiserie Arabesco and Calle.


The Dolomites are the scene of unique skylines, magnificent sources of inspiration for the Floor Landscape collection.
The Corvara floor synthesizes the aspect of the dolomitic rock with staggered cuts and rigid angles, which can be associated with the homonymous dedicated boiserie.
The effect of a delicate irregular but orderly pattern is superimposed on woods with colors consistent with a reference landscape of soft shades of gray.