Alternative Surfaces’ Quartz Carpet & Vorwerk Tiles have been applied at Audi Centre Melbourne, creating a natural look with the durability of Quartz stones.
December 4th, 2014
In the showroom, Quartz Carpet has been applied to the curved walls, integrating fluidly down into the floors. The result is a waterfall effect, displaying the vast design capabilities of the surfaces
Achieve the look and maintenance of a soft carpet furnishing, the product has the durability of natural quartz stones. Available in 3 stone sizes and a palette of colours, Quartz Carpet can be applied internally and externally over most substrates including TILES, for a seamless stone finish.
Alternative Surfaces is the exclusive Australian distributor of Vorwerk Carpets, also laid at the Audi Centre Melbourne.
Vorwerks Carpets Scale and Free Scale modular carpet tiles conquers the new dimension of modular and transformable carpeting.
With sustainable carpet tiles in different free-forms, materials and colours one can recompose living or work space as often as one wishes.
The patented backing fixes the modules without glue, without tools, and there is no residue when relaying. Ecology and design go hand-in-hand at Vorwerk, Free Scale and Scale Living is one of the first tile collections which have been developed on the basis of the new Vorwerk TEXtiles technology.
TEXtiles is a sustainable coating process which replaces the usual PVC or bitumen coating on tiles, the carpet tiles are made from 60% recycled material and are fully recyclable in its turn. In addition, these carpet tiles have the seal of approval of TÜV-Nord as being suitable for those suffering from allergies.
Vorwerk Carpets are well known for the quality and uniqueness of their shaped tiles and broadloom carpets. Visit www.alternativesurfaces.com.au to view all available ranges.
With trained Applicators nationally, the Alternative Surfaces team will happily assist Architects, Designers and End users in selecting the most suitable surface application for their project.
For further enquiries, to schedule a presentation, to discuss a project or order samples, please contact Michaella Guerrieri (Architectural Rep) by clicking here.
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