NEW RUBBER FLOORING INSPIRED BY “CLEAR LINES”

KBAC Flooring has brought Noraplan Linee, a new flexible rubber flooring collection, into South Africa.

Featuring subtle contrasting lines, the design for Noraplan Linee flexible rubber flooring was inspired by clear lines – the architecture or furnishing elements that guide the eye through a room.

Leading European flooring producer, Nora Systems by Interface, has launched Noraplan Linee, a new flexible rubber flooring collection with natural and muted colours to reflect the currently popular linear interior design trend.

German-based Nora Systems by Interface, part of the Interface Flooring group, is distributed in South Africa by KBAC Flooring. The new collection is the first to be designed by Nora Systems in collaboration with the design team of its holding company, Interface, after Nora Systems was acquired by Interface in 2018.

The designers of the new range found inspiration for the new collection in contemporary clear lines – an effective interior design technique created by the architecture or furnishing elements that guide the eye through a room. Featuring subtle contrasting lines, Noraplan Linee is particularly suitable for public areas where design is at a premium, such as entrances or waiting lounges, and generally for creating a pleasant atmosphere.

Noraplan Linee – supplied in standardised sheet material and various plank or tile sizes – provides better indoor air quality, free of phthalate plasticisers and with low-emissions, as endorsed by certification from several international organisations.

Produced in Germany for almost 70 years, Nora Systems’ sustainable rubber flooring lowers maintenance costs, reduces noise, and provides added comfort underfoot. Interface is a global flooring company specialising in carbon neutral carpet tiles and resilient flooring, including luxury vinyl tiles (LVTs).

 

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