Launching their new Materials in Touch collection, Desso have brought a new meaning to textile design.
November 12th, 2013
The Materials in the new Touch collection have been developed to create unique sensory experiences within interior spaces. By designing tactile, materially rich qualities both in look and feel, the floor becomes an engaging piece of architecture, connecting to its user on a more human level.
The textured carpet tile collection has been designed to engage the senses with a modern and strikingly structured composition. The mix of different structures in the collection enables customers to add materiality and personal expression to a room.
The Materials in Touch collection also reflects Desso’s continued drive to make environmentally responsible flooring products with beautiful and engaging design for spaces that help boost people’s health and wellbeing.
Intrinsic to this notion is Desso’s Cradle to Cradle® approach, which promotes a circular economy – whereby new products are made of materials which are designed to be disassembled and can be safely recycled.
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