Al Andalus LTD5


Al Andalus LTD5 artistic wood parkay floor featuring a red oak central star, hard maple background, dabema, hard maple, iroko, red oak, walnut foreground and walnut interlacing lines.
$412.00 m2

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Al Andalus LTD5 (Pattern Design by Molina Brothers)

Lines: walnut

Background: hard maple

Foreground: dabema, hard maple, iroko, red oak, walnut

This Al Andalus designer wooden parkay flooring creation is a vibrant combination of five wood species, featuring interlace embellishments in walnut, and hard maple in the background — a design choice that brings out the complexity of the pattern. The selection of woods present in the rest of the rings coloring the geometric pattern (dabema, hard maple, iroko, red oak, walnut) give our luxury wood parkay floor a traditional Islamic feel. The coloring choices made for this Al Andalus design wooden parquet floor turn this art piece into a distinct Islamic heritage piece and a central design feature in the room.

Al Andalus is the most elaborate non-repetitive Islamic pattern ever created, designed by the Molina brothers. Nomad Inception's creations on this site are based on designs from the most renowned geometric and floral artists.

Technical Specs

Additional Info

Edition LTD
Construction Engineering
Overall Thickness 22 mm
Face Wood Thickness 4 mm
Backing Layer Thickness 18 mm
Finish on Face Wood Unfinished
Unit of Measurement m2
Interlace Lines walnut
Background hard maple
Pallet 00 Species red oak
Pallet 01 Species hard maple
Pallet 02 Species iroko
Pallet 03 Species red oak
Pallet 04 Species dabema
Pallet 05 Species dabema
Pallet 06 Species iroko
Pallet 07 Species iroko
Pallet 08 Species iroko
Pallet 09 Species red oak
Pallet 10 Species iroko
Pallet 11 Species walnut
Pallet 12 Species hard maple


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