The Meißner parquetry and flooring manufacture in Dresden is deeply steeped in the tradition of German craftsmanship.
The manufactory around Carsten Meißner guarantees long-lasting, high-quality floors, which can only be achieved with selected woods whose properties must be thoroughly understood. Meißner mainly uses domestic woods such as oak, beech, ash or larch.
It first and foremost through this fusion of the living material of wood into a harmony of form that the handicraft of the Meißner parquetry and flooring manufactory is transformed into artistic craftsmanship, and which makes the manufactory one of the finest producers of parquetry and flooring in Germany. Since wood is alive, this vitality of the wood is captured in the work. If three different types of wood are used in interconnected, superimposed layers, underfloor heating can quickly create warping during the thermal processes. As a result, this can lead to cracks and bulges. The Meißner parquetry and flooring manufactory therefore does not use any mixed wood combinations in the layer arrangement. This prevents structural warping and guarantees optimal load values.