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At Rubio Monocoat, time never stands still. We are always working on an innovation, often several at once. Our Rubio family is expanding every month, with convinced users in all corners of the world. Would you like to stay informed of all the changes? Check this page regularly, or register for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.

  • Project of the month - January 2018
    The herringbone pattern used to be very exclusive and was mainly used in stylish residences. Nowadays, herringbone floors can be found in both classic and modern interiors. It can add an elegant classic twist to any modern room. However, the unique herringbone pattern can also give a classic room a very trendy look. Read more
  • Project of the month - December 2017
    Meet Roxy. A bit cheeky, a bit sultry - with curves in all the right places, handcrafted by the professionals of James Henry Ltd flooring and Rubio Monocoat New-Zealand.
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  • Project of the month - November 2017
    At The Barbecue Store in Lima (Peru) they know all about good grilling and sizzling hot steaks, but they also know how important it is to have that special area to do all of this.  Read more
  • Project of the month - October 2017
    “She” is a young company. Vasily Pepelyaev created a wide range of plates, serving boards, spoons, etc. to use in the kitchen. "She" is inspired by the beauty and harmony which woman are sending to our world! “She” products are not produced - they are created. Read more
  • Project of the month - September 2017
    A classical Georgian townhouse with a modern twist
    A young family contacted the guys from Bath Bespoke after moving from London into a gorgeous Georgian townhouse in the center of Bath. The townhouse was typically Georgian with stunning high ceilings but in need of a slight renovation. Read more
  • Project of the month - August 2017
    After about fifteen years of planning and construction the slightly stuffy Swiss National Museum in Zürich finally gets the necessary makeover. Plenty of room for new exhibitions, a new spacious entrance area including a museum shop and restaurant facilities as well as a library for research and study, an auditorium and a new study centre were created. Read more
  • Project of the month - July 2017
    Ateliers C.Eco.Bois got their hands on this ecological Bed & Breakfast. The wonderful Red Cedar cladding on the outside of the B&B is finished with our all-rounder product for exterior wood: Rubio Monocoat Hybrid Wood Protector, colour Teak. Read more
  • Project of the Month - June
    The team from WHAT WE MAKE turned some Old-Growth Reclaimed Oak into an industrial looking storage buffet cabinet. This cabinet has 6 hidden shelves and 4 rows of wine glass slides for all your bar and dining storage needs Read more
  • Project of the month - May 2017
    Beautiful acoustic absorbing panels with veneer finishing on the walls of the Deloitte Auditorium. This unique office development project is situated in the great "Gateway" building at Brussels Airport in Zaventem (Belgium). Read more
  • Project of the month - April 2017
    Wooden guitar by Jeremy Nicks from the Canadian School of Lutherie, Toronto (Canada). The Canadian School of Lutherie is an art academie that makes and restores string instruments. The guitar was made from Roasted Birdseye Maple wood and finished with RMC Oil Plus 2C, Pure. Read more
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