Vinyl, we know especially its production at low cost, less its decorative possibilities. Specializing in flooring and surfaces, the French company Tarkett reinvents homogeneous vinyl in a new high-color collection. Made hand in hand with the Note Design Studio, iQ Surface reveals the creative potential of seamless vinyl, a durable, functional and versatile material. Tarkett thus makes his letters of nobility a material long despised. With iQ Surface, vinyl is highly desirable. We want home from floor to ceiling.
Last spring, iQ Surface caused a sensation at the Milan Mobile Show. On the occasion of its first participation in the Italian design week, the French manufacturer has indeed exhibited its brand new collection of homogeneous vinyl flooring in a creative installation signed Note Design Studio. Called Formations, the staging reveals the entire range through an exhibition of geometric shapes, furniture and microarchitectures that gives pride to homogeneous vinyl.
The main theme of the iQ Surface collection is color research. The line offers a more contemporary color palette whose associations are endless, from a brilliant red to a delicate touch, to a vast swatch of beige. Through creative combinations of various shades and terrazzo patterns, the iQ Surface line expands the possibilities of using vinyl for architects and designers.
In the light of the ecological crisis, the production mode of the range is part of a logic of sustainable development. Produced in part with recycled materials, the homogeneous vinyl surfaces of the iQ Surface collection can also be reused, reused and recycled. A technical and ecological recycling program that delights us.
Tarkett's collaboration with the Note Design Studio opens new perspectives for the use of seamless vinyl for both decorative and functional purposes.
A trendy collection very inspiring.
The French company Tarkett specializes in floor and surface coverings. Through a sustainable and environment-friendly production model, the company offers decorative and functional floors. With 24 laboratories around the world, Tarkett explores all the possibilities offered by the digital tool and creates tailor-made technical coatings.