Sources: Surfacing

1. Seemingly random configurations of geometric color blocks arrange to resemble a kaleidoscope across surfaces with Ceramica Bardelli’s new collection, Tangram. The collection of interior floor and wall tiles includes fifteen hand-brushed decorations in four color groups, finished in matte.

2. Made from denim fibers collected at cloth production mills, Reclaimed Denim Fiber laminate by Formica offers a rich, sustainable option for both horizontal and vertical uses. Available in high gloss and jean finishes.

3. Slimtech, a printed ceramic by Lea Ceramiche, takes surfacing to a new level by breaking traditional constraints on laminated stoneware through its sizing and print options. Employing new printing techniques which allows for highly realistic images, Slimtech is able to not only cover floors and walls, but furniture as well, such as benches and tables (shown here).

4. Playing with the forms between two- and three-dimensional, CUBI marble terrazzo tiles by MIPA are a study of volume. By playing with the intersecting of lines, perceptions of depth are examined and manipulated. Available in three variants.

5. MDC introduces Dazzling Mystere, a new design from their Candice Olson collection. Reminiscent of geode slabs, the curved lines and contrasting colors convey the natural beauty of stone in an elegant vinyl wallcovering that is washable and durable. Available in five color palettes.

6. Taking delight in the beauty of imperfection, 41zero42’s Signs collection offers six geometric, multidimensional porcelain tiles. The subtle imprint of the designs in the surface gives the collection a vintage, homey feel without being overwhelming in the intricacy of the design. Available in black, white, grey, and mud.

7. Created by designer Patricia Urquiola for Listone Giordano, the Biscuit collection takes traditional wood flooring to new heights through a subtle design change. The rounded profile of the strip allows a modified use of the form, locking into many versions of parquet. Made of Listone Giordano’s certified sustainable oak.

8. Inspired by natural Italian marble, Pangea Quartz introduces its new quartz surface color, Venatino BQ8660. Featuring bold, gray veins running through the white quartz, the Venatino BQ8660 offers the richness of marble with the convenience and durability of quartz.