VORWERK roll flooring
is manufactured using a digital printing technique. The print picks up on the colours from the spectrum of plain hues offered and displays their diversity to the fullest. “Digital Code” is particularly well suited to a creative environment.
is to be understood literally. Unbroken by any look reminiscent of planks, the wooden grain seems like a cut along the length of a never-ending tree: a magical effect underscored by a shimmering silver shade of mother-of-pearl, and available ...
A look of its own was developed for “Minimal Grid”, a look reminiscent of technical fabric or carbon. Including four different colour constellations, the pattern is outstandingly suited for floor architecture in a creative open-space office.
... green is made of high-grade ecological elastomers. The questionable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) utilized in conventional design flooring is omitted. The textures interpret materials form nature and the environment in ...
provides for sophisticated and extravagant moments due to its warm colours. Like the other prints, “Raw Diamonds” plays with an optical effect made possible via printing-cylinder overlays during production: Although the pattern seems ...
With shades in petrol, coral, yellow or green, the “Sparkling Colors” clearly set the stage for the floor. Due to a refined irregular dot structure on the surface they exhibit a discreet sparkling effect inspired by a water surface in motion.
With a warm-coloured white and finely nuanced shades of grey, the series “Sparkling Greys” can be discreetly integrated into the widest variety of business-site contract designs. The irregular dot structure provides for a discreet sparkling ...
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