Published on : Tuesday, December 8, 2015
At DOMOTEX 2015, the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings, the Art Weave by Fletco Collection from Fletco Carpet Tiles was recognised with the Innovations@DOMOTEX label. The following success story shows how these woven carpet tiles with their organic print patterns add a dynamic touch to Intal’s new open-plan office. The Danish company will again exhibit its products at DOMOTEX 2016.
Headquarters of Intal are located in a cube shaped building in the industrial park of Opmeer, a small community north of Almaar. The 600 square meter open-plan office was designed as a creativity-supporting environment with club-like interiors. For the flooring, architect Jeroen de Nijs (Amsterdam) selected carpet tiles from the Art Weave by Fletco Collection because of the tiles’ industrial look.
Their dynamic surface is reminiscent of authentic concrete structures and therefore perfectly matches the building’s architectural concept defined by concrete walls and exposed ceilings. Contrary to those features, the Art Weave tiles have a sound-absorbing effect, thus contributing, besides the furnishings to pleasant acoustics, a quality that is of particular importance in an open-plan office, as de Nijs points out.
Domotex’s directors are expecting that at Domotex 2016, designers and creatives working in architecture, interior design and design will find a wealth of inspiration for customized application in the area of flooring.
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