Mir castle was built in the 20s of the XVI century. It is one of the most important monuments of national culture of Belarus, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. It is a special responsibility to participate in the restoration of such important historical structures. The restorers chose a massive oak hardwood Coswick to recreate the original artistic drawing of the hardwood floor of the Radziwill era in the two main halls of the old castle. It was necessary to accurately reproduce the historical laying, exterior and tinting coating on the basis of preserved archival documents.
The hardwood for this project was made by special order. The complex geometry of rooms with many corners required special skill of installers. Each plank was manually cut by Templa’s specialists on the spot, fitting it to the sketch.