LG Medoc #1  Oak Trapezoide shape


Designed by  Michele de Lucchi with Philippe Nigro

With a degree in architecture from Florence, Michelle de Lucchi was at the forefront of movements such as Cavart, Alchymia and Memphis during the years of radical and experimental architecture. In 1987, after years of studies, he designed Tolomeo for Artemide, the table lamp with which he won his first Compasso d’oro award.

It soon became the archetype of the lamp with adjustable arms.

During his long career he developed experimental projects for Compaq Computers, Philips, Siemens and Vitra.

He designs buildings and exhibitions for museums such as the Triennale in Milan, Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome, Neues Museum in Berlin, the "Cini” Foundation in Venice and the Gallerie d’Italia in Piazza della Scala in Milan.

"I never had any doubt about choosing wooden floorings because I know wooden floorings always work well"



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Technical Characteristics

Finishes: Natural Oil with colour pigments

Surface treatment: Uneven saw cutting with large filling and numerous knots

Technical specification: Particular geometry of the boards; heating treatment which darkens the natural colour of the Oak

Under floor Heating compatible

Note: Chamfered edge about 1,8 mm depth x 45°
The characteristics of this product are the handcrafted treatment of the wood surface and the application of natural vegetable oil with colour pigments. Each individual board is different from the other and this irregularity makes it a unique piece. Due to the nature of the product, the surface may present signs of the passing of time and non homogenous effects caused by the wear and tear of the surface. A more specific cleaning and maintenance is required compared to industrially varnished wood floors.


338 West End Lane
London NW6 1LN

TEL: 0207 435 8282

Wood is organic. It is a totally natural product. Therefore, photographs and samples cannot, with the best will in the world, truly represent the flooring in a large scale.

Variation from samples are expected.