Interface - Decorative vinyl & LVTs
AS building occupants seek to create tactile, visually stimulating spaces where they can work, live and play, architects, designers and flooring contractors are challenged to shape one space with multiuse areas.
To support this shift, modular flooring company, Interface, has launched two ranges - Boundary Metallics and Studio Set - to meet customer demand for high quality, luxury vinyl tile (LVT) that works seamlessly with carpet tile to create natural flow and stimulating areas in the built environment.
The Boundary Metallics range is said to be a modern take on concrete that gives the appearance of an eroded metal surface. Inspired by man-made, wrought iron and industrial materials aged by the elements, Boundary Metallics reportedly serves as a striking counterpart to the natural textures of a variety of Interface’s carpet tile collections.
Through pigment, organic pattern and texture, light is said to be reflected in subtle ways off the surface, providing a practical choice for busy spaces.
Available in six colourways, Fawn, Daylight and Eclipse, Morning Mist, Evening Dusk and Desert Shadow, Boundary Metallics complements the existing Global Change colourways.
Studio Set provides customers with, the company says, more sophisticated neutral and bright colours, which have been shown to boost creativity, collaboration and productivity. The collection brings 13 new colour options with seven aligned with carpet tile range On Line: Lime, Mandarin, Mushroom, Ocean, Pepper, Pewter, and Poppy.
‘Unlike many LVT products on the market, Boundary Metallics and Studio Set are offered in 25cm x 100cm Skinny Planks, with the rectangular shape providing more visual depth than traditional square tiles,’ says Interface.
As with all of Interface's LVT offerings, it’s said, the latest additions to its portfolio, also reportedly feature the following design and performance attributes:
- Designed to match Interface's Skinny Planks, coming together with a precise fit, allowing customers to pair hard and soft products together;
- Engineered to compatible height with Interface's carpet tiles, providing the ability to effortlessly move from hard to soft flooring without transition strips;
- Created with Sound Choice proprietary backing (and certified by Quiet Mark) to meet acoustic requirements to dampen impact sound, such as footsteps or dropped objects;
- Comes as standard with Interface’s Ceramor UV-stabilised ceramic bead top layer to give it a durable finish and further protect the surface from scuffs, stains and dirt;
- Constructed with materials and recycling in mind, including a commitment to deliver Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) for all hard-flooring products;
- Recyclable through Interface's ReEntry programme; and
- Backed by Interface's 15-year commercial warranty
‘Using a combination of materials with different tones and textures allows designers and contractors to create unique, evolving Positive spaces focused on maximising the experience for the occupants,’ says Interface.
Interface lead product designer Kari Pei said ‘The beauty of Boundary Metallics is its versatility. With its sheen and light reflectivity, this product changes as the space is lit reflecting how the natural environment responds to the sun.’
Pei continued: ‘We developed Studio Set to provide our customers with a more versatile colour palette, allowing them to create stronger, more productive and collaborative environments infused with personality. Both ranges are distinctive in size, pattern, pigment and texture to offer a forgiving finish for end-users concerned about scuffs or marks and long-term wear.’
To learn more about the Studio Set or Boundary Metallics collection visit the website below.