Bolon celebrated the launch nature-inspired flooring collection Elements with a special presentation (with installations, craft cocktails and lucky draws) attended by industry professionals at the Xtra Marina Square showroom.
13 April, 2018
At the Stockholm Furniture Fair in February, Swedish flooring company Bolon launched a discreet new flooring collection that reflects the textures and tonality of the natural environment.
Titled Elements, the collection is based on warp threads of warm grey and beige that are woven into weft threads evoking the hues of linen, oak, ash, cork, birch, marble, walnut, flint, wool and silk.
The collection has made its way to Singapore. And Bolon celebrated its arrival with a special presentation at Xtra Marina Square showroom. The presentation presented five installations that showcased the application of the collection.
Bolon offers the term ‘Scanasian’ to describe the collection’s appearance, suggesting that there are visual links to the minimalist ideas that are often expressed in both Scandinavian and Asiatic design. Ten designs are available in rolls and in 50 x 50cm tiles with acoustic backing as an option.
The presentation was attended by industry professionals and made even merrier with canapes, specially crafted cocktails, and lucky draws with prizes ranging from books, rolls of Elements flooring, and a trip to Sweden.
In Singapore, Bolon is available from Xtra.
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