Sources: Surfacing

1. Created using a new layering technique able to capture the warmth of wood in its Varia Ecoresin, 3Form’s Barque has unique visual and tactile dimension. The space between the layering allows light to filter through like the sun coming through the treetops.

2. Looking to add designs to their laminate collections, Wilsonart wholeheartedly embraced whimsy. Its Big City Traffic brings the city skyline indoors with bright pops of color that catch the eye.

3. Alight is sculptural glass created for custom indoor-outdoor uses. Manufactured by Pulp Studio and designed by artisans Chris Cosma and Denise Amses, the glass features a bas-relief surface, giving commercial projects a bit of artistic flair.

4. In proving you can have it all, Florim released the Visions by Rex Collection (seen here in beige wood). Printed to blend in perfectly against real wood and stone, the concrete tiles are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes while holding up better than natural alternatives.

5. Hunter Douglas’ new Wanderlust Collection features designs pulled from nature. Current (here featured in the Lagoon colorway) takes its cues from flowing water and soft paintwork across a canvas.

6. The luxury is in the details. Combining glass, marble, and shell, the small brick Sea Jewel by Cancos adds a beachy element to any surface. Available in eight colorways.