Tarkett recently debuted Contour with Techtonic collections, LVT flooring products in a variety of wood, stone and abstract patterns, created by Tandus Centiva. With Tarkett’s high-definition digital printing capabilities, as well as limitless opportunities for co-creation, Tarkett will work with clients to recolor any pattern to meet their exact specifications beyond Contour’s expansive palette.

Contour Abstracts are inspired by a variety of materials and techniques, this diverse collection offers unique experiences and artful expressions for the floor plane. From woven textiles to mathematical equations, each creative process begins as a question in the creator’s mind. Tarkett North America.

Contour Woods begins with the careful study of natural grains and time-honored woodworking techniques, pulling out the details of each species. The new end grain pattern is reminiscent of the wood blocks used as street pavers in the mid-1800s. From the warm and rustic to the cool and contemporary, every grain has a story to tell—and a unique contribution to make.

Gaining inspiration from old-world Italian craftsmanship, Contour Stones showcases subtle depths of color and texture that shift and morph, creating authentic visuals that can only be accomplished through advanced digital design. Design interpretations of Italian concrete and the reflection of glass against stone take on a character all their own.

Contour combines a 32 mil wear layer with Techtonic, a new state-of-the-art 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.

Contour is also Phthalate free, with 27.5% recycled content, recyclable through ReStart reclamation program, and meets new LEED v.4 requirements for indoor air quality credit on low emitting flooring (FloorScore) and low TVOCs.

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