Dreaming of cityscapes

Tarkett's new Desso carpet tile collections Street View and Street Tracks are designed for open-plan workspaces and inspired by the drama and texture of urban environments

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Desso carpet tiles by Tarkett can be used to zone spaces and signal a change of function.
Desso carpet tiles by Tarkett can be used to zone spaces and signal a change of function.

Tarkett, a global leader in innovative and sustainable flooring solutions, has launched two new Desso carpet tile collections inspired by urban landscapes. Street View and Street Tracks aim to give architects and designers the colour, texture and pattern options they need to create an urban, industrial feel in open-plan office spaces.

Both collections are available in eight colours and can be used individually for a striking design statement or together by marrying complementary colours to create zoning for breakout areas, corridors or walkways.

Inspired by a bird's-eye view of outdoor urban environments, the Street View collection has a natural textured appearance that creates a subtle design statement in large office interiors. The 50x50cm carpet tiles have a two-tone background and a subtle hint of colour, creating a contemporary finish that evokes a sense of movement across the floor.

The bold and dramatic Street Tracks collection is available in 100x50cm plank-shaped tiles. Each tile features a random pattern with an accent colour, offering a standout visual effect for unique, open-plan design schemes. The selection of neutral and bold colour options perfectly complements the colours in the Street View collection.

In line with Tarkett's ongoing commitment to sustainability, both collections come with Desso EcoBase backing as standard, which contains close to 50% upcycled calcium carbonate sourced from a local water treatment plant.

  • The Desso Street View carpet tile collection is inspired by a bird's eye view of urban landscapes.
    The Desso Street View carpet tile collection is inspired by a bird's eye view of urban landscapes.
  • Street Tracks' random pattern combines with a distinctly modern accent shade.
    Street Tracks' random pattern combines with a distinctly modern accent shade.
  • Tarkett's new Desso carpet tile collections both feature EcoBase backing as standard.
    Tarkett's new Desso carpet tile collections both feature EcoBase backing as standard.
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For more information and technical advice, visit www.desso.co.uk

 

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