The latest designs from Tandus Flooring are large-scale graphics in bold colours and patterns.
31 January, 2012
Tandus Flooring draws inspiration for its latest Supergraphics collection from the architectural movement of the 1960s, where bold colours were applied to walls and floors, resulting in geometric or typographic decoration that ultimately created the illusion of expanded or altered space.
Warp – custom inlay
In Supergraphics, the fusion of pattern, texture and colour redefines the perspective of a room. Colours can be coordinated, patterns engineered, and wayfinding and movement sequence customised.
Arrow – custom inlay
Tandus Flooring finds inspiration from myriad sources but with each, it endeavors to challenge common perceptions of what can be considered art.
Cross – custom inlay
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