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  • Project of the month - October 2021
    A natural protection for old wood in one layer? Avo-can-do with Rubio Monocoat!
    An avocado bar with healthy meals, a Bohemian style and a cosy terrace recycled from an old London floor? That must be a top formula! Restaurant Avocadoo in Bucharest combines all these trendy elements and created a bar that is totally in. To make sure that the 50-year-old wood will be preserved for at least another 50 years, they decided to use the Rubio Monocoat Hybrid Wood Protector. Read more
  • Project of the month - September 2021
    This classic barbershop got a razor-sharp finish thanks to Rubio Monocoat
    Getting a haircut in a cosy setting? That calls for the Classico Barbershop by Navid Omary! This classic barbershop is located in Odessa in Ukraine and radiates cosiness. While designing his shop, Navid made a conscious choice for wood. That way he maintains the authentic look of his shop. The products of Rubio Monocoat eventually ensured the ultimate razor-sharp finish. Read more
  • Project of the month - August 2021
    Back to the roots with this ecological log house in nature
    In Scandinavian countries, the trend is to recharge as much as possible. A lot of people choose a lifestyle in which they return to nature. This includes a healthy and even vegetarian or vegan diet. This choice for nature also reappears in architecture. Our new project of the month for example is a log house in Finland. The wooden house completely fits in its natural surroundings and was built in an ecological manner. Read more
  • Project of the month - July 2021
    A renovation in grandmotherly fashion, or not just quite
    A lot of people are very attached to their family home. It can therefore be a big step to carry out big renovations and modernise the property. The builder of our current project of the month logically first had a design made by architect Thierry De Vos before he ventured to renovate the parental house of his mother-in-law. The result? The terraced house in Zomergem was completely opened up and is now a bright and harmonious unit. Read more
  • Project of the month - June 2021
    Be enchanted by the beautiful Parkhotel Beau Site in Zermatt!
    Do you find yourself daydreaming about where you’ll travel this summer? People are no doubt thinking of being able to travel again and enjoying what the world has to offer. This beautiful Parkhotel Beau Site in Zermatt (Switzerland) is a place where you can truly relax! Read more
  • Project of the month - May 2021
    Looking for a long-lasting and environmentally friendly product for your wood surfaces? Look no further than Rubio Monocoat!
    This impressive-looking building sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in Uccle, Belgium. It is the home and office of architect Benoit Nis whose company is called FORMa. The dark façade is in strong contrast to the interior of the home, where neutral shades dominate. So why did he choose Rubio Monocoat? Read on to find out. Read more
  • Project of the month - April 2021
    Old and new, tradition and innovation come together in Haus Salzkammergut
    Haus Salzkammergut has created a new workplace for clients, entrepreneurs and employees. They want people to meet each other at a modern location with plenty of room for social interaction. Rubio Monocoat Central Europe has also contributed to this great project. The building was completely overhauled and the exterior facade was given a Rubio look. Read more
  • Project of the month - February 2021
    Revamp your kitchen with Rubio Monocoat
    Do you want to use Rubio Monocoat in your kitchen? Excellent choice! And proof of that is our project of the month February; the stunning project of Karolina Zagrodzka of House Loves. The modern, warm look of this kitchen makes you want to jump up and start cooking, or organise a fun aperitif with friends or family. Read more
  • Project of the month - January 2021
    James Ensor House restored using Rubio Monocoat
    In Ostend (Belgium), 2020 was dominated by the artist James Ensor. Almost immediately after his death in 1949, his house was turned into a museum, but it wasn’t until 2020 that it was restored to the full glory of its original state. By integrating the adjoining building into the museum, the city has been able to create a fully-fledged visitor centre. Parket De Pauw was responsible for restoring the wooden floors and stairs, and they had no hesitation in choosing Rubio Monocoat for the job. Read more
  • Project of the month - December 2020
    Here’s how to integrate art in your interior with Rubio Monocoat
    Do you feel that something is lacking in your interior? Give your interior that extra touch with an inspiring artwork on your wall or in the room. When going for art, you need to think carefully about what kind of artwork you want to integrate in your interior.  Read more
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