Voyage across dimensions

Listone Giordano and Giorgetti launch Godron, designed by Giancarlo Bosio, a wooden surface featuring three different effects of gloss and color saturation

Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti
Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti

Godron is an adventure. Listone Giordano and Giorgetti play with dimensions, creating a new wooden surface that takes its name from the Old French goderon: an ornament in the form of a hollowed or protruding oval, used to decorate the turned body of a vase.

Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti
Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti

The new product, presented as a preview at Salone del Mobile.Milano, has been designed by Giancarlo Bosio. He has transposed geometry into art to set the tone of Godron, through different types of triangular or rhomboid tiles with three effects of gloss and color saturation with Canaletto walnut stain. This approach gives rise to many combinations and original patterns.

Godron joins the ranks of the many products created by Listone Giordano that make quality and innovation their main characteristics. An architectural facing that jibes perfectly with Giorgetti’s aim of embellishing all the places of life, creating classic, refined settings.

 

Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti
Godron by Listone Giordano e Giorgetti

The new wooden surface is the result of continuous research and experimentation, always a strong point of this company specializing in floors, also leading to the introduction of laser engraving in this field. Today Listone Giordano has about 550 points of sale in over 50 countries, for annual production of over 2 million square meters of wood flooring.