Moda Como

Moda Como
Moda Como


Soft greys and pastel browns reflect the vari-coloured cobblestone streets of Como, a lakeside town in the foothills of the Italian Alps. Bring those natural good looks inside with the Como feature-grade timber; it'll make a dramatic statement with its visible grain, warm matte finish and contemporary dramatism. A luxurious Silkmatte finish provides the raw and untouched look of an oil but with added durability and repairability. Periodic maintenance is required to nourish and protect the beautiful raw-look finish. Como will look the part in many interior styles, from classic to contemporary, modern and beyond.

  • Price POA
  • Availability Stocked product
  • Unit Size 2.371m2 pack
  • Min Order Qty 1 pack
  • Code MOCFP



Collection NameModa Product NameComo Plank Product Code MOCFP Product TypeEngineered Plank ConstructionMulti-layer (sandwich core)


Width190mm Thickness16mm Length2.1m Nested Lengths (shorts)Up to 17% Wear Layer4mm solid European Oak (FSC certified) Core12mm marine grade Birch plywood (FSC certified) Re-sandsApprox 2-3


SpeciesEuropean Oak Wood GradeFeature Grade DescriptionContains frequent and larger knots and feature within the plank for a natural character look. Planks may have substantial colour and grade variation. Planks may contain unlimited sound sapwood, small burls, light brown streaks, restored knots, properly filled open cracks and worm holes. Imperfections in face work (torn grain) permitted. Refer to specsheet for further details Filler ColourGrey Surface TextureSmooth Edge StyleMicro-bevel 4 sides (0.5mm)


StatusPre-finished FinishSilkMatte (4 layers UV cured polyurethane) SheenExtra matte (2-7% gloss)


Manufactured InEurope


Suitable UsesResidential & Commercial Suitable ApplicationsFlooring, walls, ceilings & more Suitable SubstratesPlywood, particle board, concrete, existing timber Joint ProfileTongue & groove (4 sides) Installation MethodDirect Stick / Glue Down Underfloor Heating CompatibilityHydronic type, Electric set in screed (enquire for others) Wet Area SuitabilityContact us for information


Unit TypePack Quantity per Unit2.371m2 Contents Breakdown5 full boards / 1 split board (split board may vary up to 20mm) Weight27kg


Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years


FSC CertifiedYes CoC CertifiedYes Green Star RatingTo be confirmed FormaldehydeNo Added Formaldehyde Forté Replanting Initiative We re-plant what we use. Find out more

Technical Specs

Reaction to Fire (Flooring)

ISO 9239-1 Critical Radiant Flux 4.32kw/m2 (average)

Reaction to Fire (Walls & Ceilings)

ISO 9705Group 3 / Class Dfl-s1 (Group 1 for can be achieved with intumescent coating)

Thermal Resistance

EN 143420.104 m2 K/W

Thermal Conductivity

EN 143420.154 W/(mK)

Slip Resistance

AS/NZS 4586 Dry Floor Friction Test (FFT)0.75 COF - Classification F (Moderate to very low) AS/NZS 4586 Wet Pendulum Test (PTV)48 SRV - Classification W (Low)

Resistance to Chemicals

13442Class 5 (except blue ink)

Formaldehyde Emission

EN 14342E1

Pentachlorophenol Content

EN 14342None


Buyer Awareness

As this is a natural product you may experience the following:

Colour and Grain Variation
Wood is a natural product and will vary in colour and grain pattern from piece to piece. Please understand that this product will differ to what is represented in a display panel or sample. This variation is part of the natural look and should not be considered a fault.

Batch Variation
There may be a variation in colour between batches - it is recommended to request a current batch sample if this is of concern to you. Please note: There will be colour variation between boards which cannot be represented from a small sample.

Fading/Darkening over Time
Natural wood products react to sunlight, resulting in fading or darkening over time. For example, a natural non-coloured Oak turns more golden from sunlight exposure. This is a naturally occuring process and is not considered a product fault. In general, lighter colours tend to darken while darker colours are more likely to fade.

Moda Como
PLEASE NOTE: When calculating square meterage required you will need to allow extra for wastage. General rule of thumb is to allow 10% extra for square rooms, 15%+ extra for rooms with curved or angled walls and 15%+ extra for stairs.