Interview with Cristina Astorga

Since its creation in 2002, Parquet Astorga is dedicated to installation and treatment of all types of wooden and wood-derivative floorings. It has an gained unparalleled reputation by working with finest products and exclusive contacts with Italian brands which combine wood with marble, ceramics and steel, creating spectacular designs.
At her thirties, Cristina Astorga successfully directs the company together with her father Juan Astorga.
 
 
What types of wooden and wood-derivative flooring do you work with?
From synthetic, wood imitation, flooring for those who want something practical, to floating platforms, chipboard, exteriors and
their derivatives, PVC and vinyl floors, sports floors and doors.Hospitals and nurseries are also our clients, and they require special flooring that must be officially approved.

What floor colours are trendy nowadays?
Decoration magazines are general trendsetters, and for three consecutive years we witness domination of grey, stone and neutral colours. However, all depends on a personal taste of the client, how the house is decorated, etc.

What are your projects this year?
We are doing the Atalaya school in Estepona, the Architectural school in Granada, a sports complex in Madrid and we’re currently
collaborating with the Hotel Puente Romano in remodelling of suites. The installation of a platform in the new Dani García restaurant is the project which we have completed recently.

What projects would you select as the most significant?
Above all we can highlight projects in the Port of Málaga, the Sports Centre in Estepona, Marbella, Sierra Blanca and La
Zagaleta, which we’ve carried out in conjunction with the most prestigious architectural studios in the area.