Pico Bois is the first wooden floor realised by Mutina. It’s a dear material to Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, as it is often used in Brittany-based houses to give a sense of warmth to interiors. As the name itself suggests, it’s an evolution of Pico – the first collection realised by the designers and a great classic of Mutina – of which it recalls the graphic motif made of blue and red dots, enhancing the wood texture.
Pico Bois slats are realised in European oak in the size 7x49 cm, with a thickness of 14 mm (4 mm of top layer and 10 mm of birch as a support) and a micro bevel that exalts its quality, making the installation easier. The typical dotted pattern is realised by impressing and glazing the surface with a water-based single-component, an ecological process that guarantees durability without the necessity of further interventions. Ultimately, the modules are treated with an innovative embossing process, recreating the “hammered” effect that distinguishes the Pico collection.