Tarkett recently debuted Broadcloth with Techtonic by designer Suzanne Tick, an LVT flooring product created by Tandus Centiva.

Digitally printed to accentuate each detail, Broadcloth was inspired by industrial textile manufacturing, imitating the way materials are cut to size and combined. Each of the three colors features a different depth of neutral ground with non-directional, multi-colored accents that highlight the mechanical marks of the perceived texture.

"The beauty of Broadcloth is the non-directional natural texture imparted by the textile manufacturing process,” said Suzanne Tick. “The human element and textile remnants that are embedded in this design are transformational. It feels new and old at the same time. Years of use as a cutting board, the artwork was comprised of digital photography and layering of pattern. A beautiful background coordinate."

Broadcloth proves to be as durable as it is stylish with premium Contour construction including a 32 mil wear layer and Techtonic, a new protection that delivers durability in high-traffic areas. Its advanced new polyurethane technology is super tough, resisting scratching, abrasions, scuffing and staining—ensuring that floors look nicer, longer. Techtonic’s matte finish adds beauty, depth, and dimension, for safe and beautiful floors that stand up to the worst of wear.

Tarkett believes in placing people in the center of every space. Made in America, Broadcloth + Techtonic is suitable for a variety of segments including retail, education, office, and healthcare. As part of Tarkett North America’s sustainability measures and commitment to people-friendly spaces, Broadcloth is: Phthalate free; has 27.5% recycled content; recyclable through Tarkett’s ReStart reclamation program; and meets requirements for indoor air quality credit on low emitting flooring (FloorScore) and low TVOCs for LEED v.4.

For more information, visit www.tarkettna.com.