Interface® a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, reveals its new collection, Brushed Lines. Inspired by nature, the collection combines diffused linear textures with organic forms and dusty hues, delivering a high-end look that stands up to everyday use.
Interface®, a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today unveils its latest carpet tile collection, NY+LON Streets featuring CQuest™Bio, a new carpet tile backing containing net carbon negative materials.
Europe market-leading wood flooring manufacturer Kährs Group have introduced a range of new flooring designs during Munich’s BAU show in January. Innovative wood designs for 2019 were presented, including reclaimed-themed designs, ultra matt wood floors and a brand new ‘Boardwalk’ collection of modern rustic wood floors. However, stealing the show was the Group’s exciting launch of an entirely new product category - Kährs Luxury Tiles.
When space is a premium, it’s imperative to utilise each square metre to its absolute best. Situated in North and West London, two separate residential apartments received the Surface 360 touch by turning their shabby looks, into a contemporary refurbishment to be proud of.
Here Jason Hughes, Managing Director of Imperial Bricks, talks about the growing market for brick slips and tiles – both externally and internally.
Recently, the colour grey has become increasingly popular in the design community, displaying on everything from furniture, wall décor, flooring and even the complete exterior of a building.
As the name suggests, timber-effect or wood-effect tiles are tiles, which look like wood but do not act like wood. Made from porcelain and used on both floors and walls, timber-effect tiles can incorporate a range of grain designs, natural irregularities and weathered finishes.
The Bourne Estate, Camden, lies within the Hatton Garden Conservation area. Accordingly, the recently completed £19 million expansion and improvement project, including two new blocks of mixed tenure homes, had to be built sympathetically to surrounding buildings. A major concern facing the project’s architects was how to replicate the heritage look of the original, glazed bricks, within budget and in compliance with British Standards. Craven Dunnill, the UK tile specialist, consulted on the project and identified bespoke porcelain tiles as a suitable solution. The company then worked with the Architect and Contractor on the tiles’ specification, sampling, manufacture and installation.
New Dune eVo ceiling tile range helps architects meet targets around sustainability and acoustics.
A high-performance dirt-resistant coating for metal ceiling tiles, TrioGuard™, has been launched by Armstrong.