Mosaic parquet is the least expensive parquet. It is of comparable quality as all the other parquet types, as individual classes vary only by their looks. Mosaic parquet is composed of smaller strips of wood, i.e. lamels, glued to a mesh. The glued lamels can make a mosaic pattern (cube), a brick pattern (strips facing the same direction with alternating joints), and a parallel pattern (strips facing the same direction in rows). Mosaic parquet is glued to screed or other existing underfloor, sanded, and protected with lacquering or oiling.