About Conektors

The collection marks a turning point in the design of parquet, born from the collaboration between MH Parquets and Antoni Pallejà (A.P.O.) based on the premise that the parquet is a structure, a system. This construction is the result of the accession of different pieces of wood joined one by one to form a whole.

These joints are highlighted with Conektors collection, creating points where the wood binds both its horizontal and vertical axis. These dyed pieces contrast with the wood tones, creating tensions, guiding paths and limiting spaces. The traditional parquet compositions are at the service of a new language to create new meanings.

The collection is classified according to the shape of the connector that can be:

Line or a spot.

These connectors are not only colour but also demarcations volume, channel parts.

There are eight colours available and these are designed to highlight the wood and offer options that along with the various compositional combinations allow a personalization of space.

Wood option

Roble Gris Humo

Roble Natural

CAD File

Download conektors CAD file (DWG)

Line & Spot chart

Planet blue · RAL5024

Deep navy · RAL5003

Nordic white · RAL9016

Fuchsia · RAL3018

Mint · RAL6027

Black · RAL9004

Pomelo · RAL3016

Powder · RAL3012


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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