Tarkett to showcase new collections at the Independent Hotel Show
Tarkett will be exhibiting for the second year running on Stand 225 at the Independent Hotel Show, Olympia West Hall, London 16-17 October 2018. The stand will feature two pop-up micro structures showcasing Tarkett and Desso’s customisation services and new product launches for 2018 including Desso Sense of Marble and Tarkett Cementi Click.
The first micro structure will showcase Desso’s high-quality carpets and rugs for the hospitality industry. It’s Axminster, Desso&Ex and made-to-measure rug collections provide the ideal flooring solution for independent hoteliers, architects and designers looking for quality, durability and design. All of Desso’s products can be seamlessly combined with Tarkett’s Luxury Vinyl Tiles and wood flooring ranges to provide movement and zoning between different spaces.
The Desso&Ex collection, which includes made-to-measure carpet rugs, is the result of a long-standing collaboration between DESSO and international interior architects studio, Ex Interiors. The collection takes inspiration from the world of art in muted, weathered colours and multi- layered patterns, and is designed to connect people and spaces.
Desso’s Axminster custom carpet and woven carpet tile collections, offer luxury and durability for hoteliers, providing the perfect backdrop for bedrooms and public areas. Axminster woven carpet was first developed over 250 years ago for royal residences and is now used in luxury hotels across the world. Desso’s innovation combines the elegance, design and colouration possibilities of woven Axminster with the flexibility and functionality of modular carpet. A fully customisable woven Axminster delivered in 91cm x 91cm modules truly offers the best of both worlds, suitable for multiple hospitality applications and all heavily trafficked public spaces.
The second micro structure features Tarkett’s latest Luxury Vinyl Tile collections, iD Mixonomi and iD Supernature and Tattoo. iD Mixonomi offers architects, designers and hoteliers unparalleled opportunities to push the boundaries with flooring designs. Inspired by the iconic hexagon, the iD Mixonomi range features 10 compatible geometric shapes and sizes, which can be combined in a multitude of layouts. A striking palette of 33 colours has been created around a central colour theme of bold trend-led shades, deep complementary hues and metallic highlights.
iD Supernature and iD Tattoo, launched in June, was created to reveal the potential of modular vinyl materials for designing remarkable interiors. Drawing inspiration from organic sources, iD Supernature offers a selection of subtle textures based on natural materials (like wood and stone) and concrete in 16 shades. The collection builds on Tarkett’s commitment to innovation to ensure a non-repetition pattern of up to 12m squared. With 12 possible formats — including planks and hexagons so there is plenty of scope for mixing, matching and customising to achieve unique designs.
Adding yet another layer of customisation, iD Tattoo can take your designs a step further by combining natural and graphic elements. Choose from a selection of 10 “tattoo” patterns, adding iD Tattoo to your chosen iD Supernature base. This unleashes the full potential for extensive personalisation, with the choice of either tone-on-tone or colourful renderings. With their ability to be applied all over— rather than being limited to plank-by-plank or tile-by-tile application, iD Tattoo’s patterns are very versatile, giving designers the freedom to let their imagination soar.