As the distance from ground level increases, patterns, textures and colours reveal themselves upon the canvas of the earth. And it is this new perspective of the world, which inspired Forbo Flooring Systems’ design team to develop its new carpet tile collection: Tessera Earthscape. The heavily textured composition, combined with its natural organic design, creates a warm and inviting surface that will complement a range of interior trends; creating inviting, comfortable spaces.
Developed in response to the demand for a richly textured carpet tile, Tessera Earthscape benefits from a premium multi-level loop pile, which provides comfort underfoot and an opulent textured aesthetic.
The new collection is available in 12 contemporary neutral tones, representing the natural shades found upon the canvas of the earth, with each colourway comprising a mix of four complementing shades to create a varying and seemingly infinite surface design.
David Neville, Tessera Product Manager at Forbo Flooring Systems, commented:
“Our new Tessera Earthscape collection has been cleverly designed, as the 50 x 50cm tiles can be laid monolithic to create a beautiful seamless finish.
“What’s more, the heavy pile weight will not only be comfortable and pleasing on the eye for end users, but it also offers 26 dB impact noise reduction for minimal noise transmission – helping you to create better indoor environments.”
Tessera Earthscape can also be easily combined with Allura Flex Luxury Vinyl Tiles using the same adhesive, without the need for transition strips, additional profiles or the inconvenient build-up of a subfloor. This makes the collection an ideal solution for office refurbishments and fit-outs where integrated flooring schemes are desired, in order to meet the needs of each area within a working space.
It also uses 100 per cent solution dyed Anton Lumena polyamide 6.6 for class 33 durability and colour fastness, and consists of 57 per cent recycled content by weight.
For more information please visit www.forbo-flooring.co.uk/tesseraearthscape