Tarkett

Our body of work for Tandus Centiva, a Tarkett company, ranges from luscious woven textures to bold graphics and color transitions. Our designs for both the Powerbond and modular tile formats allow for spatial, color and scale studies throughout the building’s architecture. We take special care to work out pattern kinks and hide seaming, and help on individual projects to envision the best use of all of our interior materials.

ETHOS Modular with Omnicoat Technology has Cradle to Cradle Silver v3.1 certification, eliminating the need to test for pH, RH and MVER (provided that no free liquids are present and that no moisture-stained concrete is evident).

Learn more about Tarkett and view all of our Collections here

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Flooring — Modular, Powerbond, Broadloom, Woven, Luxury Vinyl Tile

HiP Award Honors 2018 —  Workplace: Flooring/Hard Surface — Scale Study Series

Best of NeoCon Gold Award 2018 — Healthcare Flooring category — Garden Walk Collection

Best Booth Design Finalist – Boutique Design New York (BDNY) 2017

Best Large Booth Design Award – NeoCon East 2016

HiP Award Honors 2016 – Workplace: Flooring/Hard Surface – Collections Infinies

Best of NeoCon 2016 Gold Award – Hard Surface – NeoCon – Collections Infinies

Formation

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Formation introduces an organic visual texture that responds to this need for less site-specific interior surfaces. Used in combination with Formation Transition, the two styles work together to create color shifts—and bold impressions—across large-scale, open expanses.

Pebble Mesh

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Inspired by woven boucle textiles and chunky knits, Pebble Mesh achieves a textile-like appearance with a voluminous modern edge.

Halftone Transition

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Designed by Suzanne Tick, Halftone is an expansive stripe combined with a perpendicular gradient thread-up, resulting in a monumental effect. Its modular companion Halftone Transition fuses the existing Halftone colorways into fresh combinations of warm and cools, or neutrals with brights.

Iso

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Building upon the conceptual layering of the Accentuate Series, Iso moves away from the rectilinear planes of the Bauhaus movement, and replace them with fractured geometry. Designed by Suzanne Tick, Iso is an irregular take on the folded planes that we now see in architecture, taking the grid and breaking it into angular forms.

Linewave

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Linewave, designed by Suzanne Tick, explores pattern orientations inspired by circuit boards and digital electronics. Building upon the idea of digital connection and transformation that was originally explored in the Code Series, Linewave has a wide-width thread up with a subtle color shift across the width.

Code Transition

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Specifically designed as a connection piece to combine Code and MegaCode colorways, Code Transition mixes a range of tones into an orderly cascade of unexpected beauty.

Correlate

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Correlate, part of the Scale Study Series, is a plush Colorpoint tile in which refracted angles and planes of tip-sheared yarns and speckled loops interact in surprising configurations. The Scale Study Series responds to the revival of socialist architecture and new incarnations of the Brutalist movement with four products that go from large to small—creating a back and forth relationship between open, collaborative spaces and more private offices.

Broadcloth LVT

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Broadcloth was inspired from an acrylic cutting board where carpet samples are stamped out using a die cutting machine. During this process the acrylic board becomes textured and nicked from the process, leaving randomly colored fibers behind. Once the board becomes full of fibers or too textured to properly function, it is recycled and replaced. Our studio repurposed the board as an art piece. This product is a digitally printed LVT creating a high resolution, dimensional, industrial-inspired texture and pattern.

Filament LVT

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Filament is informed by materials used in manufacturing and architecture as pattern inspiration. In the same way that the works of Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry have brought folded metal planes into the vernacular of modern architecture, Filament shifts the planes of the floor using precise computer-generated imagery.