The purity of the air, the clarity of the sky, the scent of the meadows, the magic of the forests: your gaze sweeps all around, embracing the wonder of the mountain landscapes and the explosion of unspoilt nature. The horizon is distilled into environments that transform the breath-taking views into a warm interior setting. It welcomes you to experience the typical mountain charm with an exclusive attitude of casual elegance. Elderly wisdom and craftsmanship are reinterpreted to release a value of authenticity and a feeling of everyday luxury.
Refined naturalness for a timeless collection, originating from an accurate research of the best slats coming from ancient mountain lodges, wisely selected by Refin to create an unusual combination, filled with details. A recovery action that becomes regeneration, conveying the local spirit of the mountain into a modern experience: the different woods thus become the protagonists of material surfaces characterised by dynamic, multiform and in turn balanced veining and shades, where the aesthetic effect is emphasised by the tactile one.
The palette modernises natural inspiration: Honey is reminiscent of the original colour of wood exposed to sunlight; Natural is a less saturated shade; Almond is the lightest and most neutral shade; Tobacco is an understated and elegant brown.
The sizes are the main ones of Refin woods, the 25×150 slat and the 15×90 slat, designed mainly for residential or customised projects. The decorations convert the references with a contemporary mood: Herringbone, the classic fishbone, and Esagono, made up of small hexagonal modules, are also suitable for installation on the floor; Chalet, reminiscent of the exterior cladding of mountain huts, is for wall tiling only.
The collection is extremely colour shaded, due to the simultaneous presence of various types of wood and different degrees of ageing of the wood: this is the result of a precise process that we have developed to discover and choose the most particular slats. At the same time, however, the installed surface is balanced by alternating between more homogeneous and more detailed wooden boards.
Chalet is made up of slats cut from the bottom and reassembled in a sloping arrangement, reminiscent of the external cladding of traditional buildings.