Tarkett launches non-PVC plank and tile flooring collection ‘Collective Pursuit’

Global flooring manufacturer Tarkett has launched a non-PVC plank and tile flooring collection, evidence of the company’s holistic approach to helping organizations meet their sustainability goals. The collection, Collective Pursuit™, is a high-performance solution that rivals luxury vinyl tile in dimensional stability, impact resistance and ease of maintenance. It is the first collection of its kind from Tarkett North America.
“At Tarkett, we have listened to market demands and innovated to deliver solutions that perform as well as they inspire. That is our united mission—and this is our Collective Pursuit,” said Paul Young, Senior Vice President, Market segments, product, innovation, design & sustainability, Tarkett Contract. “Testing has proven that Collective Pursuit will perform as well as traditional LVT, making it an ideal resilient solution for customers who are committed to non-PVC materials.”
With nature-inspired designs, Collective Pursuit is comprised of 10 wood and stone visuals that elevate a sense of well-being in the spaces where people work, heal, learn and live:
• Kyoto Stone SKS, available in 12″ x 24″ planks, offers two colors with subtle textures that evoke balance and harmony.
• Monteverde Oak SMV, available in 7.2″ x 48″ planks, offers two clean-grained oak hues that create a calming connection to nature and celebrate the natural wonder of mountain forests.
• North Island Oak SNI, available in 7.2″ x 48″ planks, channels the inherent beauty of wood through three natural colors, each with flowing grains and realistic effects seemingly culled directly from nature.
• Umbria Oak SBK, available in 7.2″ x 48″ planks, consists of three rich wood tones that are reminiscent of picturesque Umbrian landscapes.
“Joy is a universal language. It’s conveyed through our expressions and in our step,” said Omoleye Simmons, vice president, design, Tarkett Contract. “When you walk on Collective Pursuit, you’re transported to those places on Earth that universally translate beauty to joy, serenity to sensibility, and nature to harmony.”
Furthering Tarkett’s holistic approach to sustainability, Collective Pursuit is LBC Red List Free and, like all Tarkett North America floors, is ortho-phthalate–free. The collection is also part of ReStart®, Tarkett’s flooring take-back and recycling program.
For easy design and color coordination, the collection is available on Tarkett’s Brilliance℠ Digital Color System, which puts the entire Tarkett Solution SPECtrum™ at designers’ fingertips—no matter where they happen to be working. Within the digital tool, designers can save favorite surfaces to project boards, visualize them in a space, and order samples. By getting the right color match every time, the tool reduces sample waste and shipping, helping us all design more responsibly and reduce our carbon footprints.
Source: prnewswire.com

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