All woods will shrink and expand with seasonal changes in humidity and also in temperature changes. Some movements are more drastic than others. You should not let your house drop below certain temps, I like to say 45-50 F (my opinion) otherwise there is a possibility that you could have troubles with large movements with the wood in your house. Moisture is a greater consideration than temperature though. I would check with the flooring manufactures recommendation, they all have their own specifications.
As far as a floating floor, not all hardwoods can be set up as a floating floor successfully. Again, check with your manufacturer.
The link you have shown, shows the wood available as a parquet flooring. Depending on factors, this wood may be glued down which would greatly diminish the movement problems especially if glued down to a stable plywood substrate with a moisture activated glue.
If it were my house - I would keep the house heated enough to keep all the pipes from freezing and as long as the wood flooring is installed per manufactures recommendations and per the proper moisture levels for your region than, I would install any type of flooring I wanted with no worries.
On a last note, if you have in-floor heating, keep the heat below 80 F or it can cause troubles with excessive wood movement/drying out the wood excessively.
Just my Opinion.
PS Make sure the wood is properly acclimatized to the house and regional environment or you will have problems with any wood floor!
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