by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/4/2018
The media company Condé Nast Germany has moved to the Richard Meier Building in Munich after an extensive redesign.
Bolon’s new Elements flooring collection brings the harmony of the natural world to interior spaces. Discreet and versatile, the 10 designs in the Elements range act as a bridge between objects and their surroundings, demonstrating the positive effect that good design can have on our senses and wellbeing.
The Elements collection launched in February 2018 at Stockholm Furniture Fair and shares the nature-inspired narrative and artisanal appearance of Bolon’s new rug designs. The collection is available in a grey or beige base, woven into weft threads whose shades evoke materials such as Linen, Oak, Ash, Cork, Birch, Marble, Walnut, Flint, Wool and Silk.
“Its calm, natural aesthetic means it can be used to great effect across large areas, creating a sense of unity in spaces of all sizes,” says Petra Lundblad, Designer at Bolon. Based around the H-thread, a new type of Bolon Yarn, the material has a soft, welcoming aesthetic, but is also resilient to daily wear and tear, allowing Elements to withstand the high levels of footfall that are common in large spaces.
The flooring’s backing is made from up to 33 per cent recycled materials, with acoustic qualities also available as a backing option. Each of the 10 designs will be available in rolls, 50x50cm tiles, or in Bolon Studio tiles.
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