Want to see how architects and designers from around the world have used woven vinyl flooring creatively? Scroll down to get inspired by these projects:
1. KVÄNUM KITCHEN SHOWROOM, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK.
Pairing the amber color with the right flooring was challenging, so the Bolon flooring was a perfect choice, both for finding a color that could match the amber color, but also largely for the texture, the look of the tatami, It just works perfectly with the kitchen.
– GRETHE HOLST, INTERIOR DESIGNER AT KVÄNUM.S SAYS:
2. WORK AGENCY, MILAN, ITALY.
Here, the architects at P2A Design, preserved the nature of the building while adding some modern and understated elements, including the Silence Sense woven vinyl flooring, which is used throughout the office.
Silence Sense Flooring close up. This floor is soft, structured in gray / brown. Influenced by historic textiles and classic and traditional wood parquet patterns, a unique weaving technique gives it great depth and structure while creating stunning 3D effects and fun light reflections.
3. VENTURE SMART, HONG KONG, CHINA.
Located in the prestigious Lee Garden Three in Hong Kong, Venture Smart’s new business office was designed to facilitate customer-manager relationships with the creation of a high-end lounge, a variety of meeting spaces and a cafeteria. Radovan Macak, Design Director at Prague Design Hub, aimed to create an elegant and modern space, while being luxurious and welcoming. With its premium, sustainable and high-end attributes, Bolon was an obvious choice for space and features in all client gathering areas, including columns and riser walls.
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4. 25 HOURS HOTEL, COLOGNE, GERMANY.
Inspired by the West German society of the 1950s and 1960s, the design agency Studio Aisslinger let the ideas, materials and colors of this era influence the renovation of the historic building of the Hotel 25hours in Cologne. While the large public spaces are a mess of colors and modular furnishings, the 207 rooms use the light and quiet woven vinyl flooring to balance color and function in one of Germany’s coolest design hotels.
Here, Elegant design and soft textile feel were used as an interior element that brings cleanliness and clarity to the hotel room space.
5. COPENHAGEN UNIVERSITY, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
In the renovation of the artefacts and cultures of the University of Copenhague, the archeology of the University of Copenhague transformed what should be a spectacular biblioteca spectacle in an area of natural descent in a natural color spectrum. Choose materials that work with a variation of the light without leaving to be unduly dominant, the piso Oak cobra life with all the natural light that underlides the spleen through the large vents, creating a superficial space that looks like a beautiful house to carve the light of the day.