Amtico has launched its Spacia collection with some 100 designs and six new laying patterns. The collection features versatile sizes and laying patterns that make it quick to specify and install. Split into woods, stones and abstracts, the variety of effects ensure they work hard across a multitude of commercial projects, hiding the signs of high traffic.
The new XL concrete tiles remove the challenges presented by poured surfaces and heavy ceramics – offering instead a floor that can be laid quickly and used immediately.
Milliken has extended its Clerkenwell carpet tile collection with the addition of three new designs. The Clerkenwell collection is inspired by the vibrant area Milliken has called its London home since 2001.
The three new designs – Travelling Line, Angled Walk and Ely Place – have been created to coordinate and complement the existing collection, launched in 2015. The range is made up of multi-tile pattern formations now composed of five coordinated designs in nine colour families.
The designer is given a kit of parts that they can use to create a unique floor plane. The collection is aimed at corporate, office and contemporary hospitality environments.
Apavisa mosaic, a porcelain tile in a 45cm x 90cm large format. Shown here is the Nanofacture Poli-Blue Décor. It is also available as a complementary plain tile in various formats.
Havwoods has introduced its new Hand Grade flooring product, comprising extra-large boards that offer proportions of almost 0.5m in width and up to 4m in length. Hand Grade is offered in eight finishes suitable for both residential and commercial flooring projects.
Manufactured using a triple layer construction, a core of birch ply is encased between two panels of FSC-certified European Oak, the top layer coming in a choice of two surfaces. One is a 19mm-thick plank with micro-bevelled edges and a smooth-sanded appearance, the other a sculpted, rounded-edge board with a textured and highly characterful appearance.
The extra-large planks are finished with hardwax oil to help create a more durable and resistant surface. These oils are also microporous and water repellent, protecting the wood while also further enhancing its natural characteristics.
Dinesen’s HeartOak wood flooring treated with natural oil, is shown here in a project by Lars Gitz Architects. In manufacturing the range, the company aims to utilise as much as possible from the middle of large oak trees that are made into oak floorboards of wider than- average dimensions.
Natural cracks are preserved and locked with butterfly joints of oak, which combine with the wood’s knots to provide a strong aesthetic.
High-performance Todatech porcelain by Todagres uses vibrant colour to add impact to a vast public space.