Structures and Bevels
Wood is always an original and each plank is unique. A variety of skilled artisanal methods can emphasise and accentuate this uniqueness.
Brushing gives the wood a fine, noticeable structure creating subtle contrasts in its reflections. The structure of the wood becomes particularly noticeable when walked on barefoot. Bauwerk Parkett distinguishes between different surface structures: slightly brushed, brushed and deep brushed. If no surface structure is selected, then the product is sanded for a smooth finish.
The slight slant of an edge is called a bevel. Bevels emphasise the plank aspect of the floor and give the room a distinctive look.
If the planks do not have a bevel, the room has a calmer and more continuous look.
Bevelled on two sides
Two-sided bevelling is only found on the long sides of each plank, which makes the room look longer.
Bevelled on four sides
Four-sided bevelling gives each individual plank a more pronounced look.