A natural alternative

The Japanese tradition of Wabi Sabi is often defined as being ‘imperfect, impermanent and incomplete’. Designer Joan Lao identifies completely with the concept, as evident in two of his latest projects; beautiful, timber flooring that sells under the name Energia Natural (part of the award winning MH Parquets y Tarimas company)

Born in Barcelona, Joan Lao is an all-encompassing designer whose work manages to be both contemporary and timeless. He expresses himself through many mediums, from industrial design to architecture, corporate I.D. and interiors. For Energia Natural, Lao has created a range of hardwearing, low carbon footprint floorboards made of bonded layers of wood. “The concept of this collection is based on going beyond the purely market values of the product and taking it to a status based on wellbeing and comfort in a space,” the designer has stated. “Indeed, the Japanese tradition of Wabi Sabi involves the concept of the value of time and wear as a benefit, the sensitiveness towards nature, rustic beauty and traditional crafts, and in this sense, our wood flooring collection fully identifies with it.”


The wood used in all collections of MH Parquets
comes from forests managed under the rules and criteria
sustainability, using non-harmful varnishes, which means
that is exempt from indoor emissions and complying with ISO 9001:2015.


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