Tarkett will introduce eight new collections at NeoCon this June, including collaborations with designers Suzanne Tick, Jhane Barnes, and, for the first time, with Brad Sherman and Nina Etnier of Float Studio. In addition, Tarkett will launch a new category of floor covering (Tatami) and a unique wall treatment (LinoWall). The eight collections debuting at Neocon are:
Tarkett introduces a new category of flooring, upending conventional broadloom, with its new Tatami System line. Inspired by traditional Japanese Tatami, the Tatami System is a revolutionary new flooring that supports the constantly fluid spaces of the modern workplace. Supporting various needs of open, collaborative spaces, Tatami System allows end users to reconfigure their spaces to support independent or collaborative work, while softening acoustics and providing comfort underfoot.
Tarkett’s LinoWall is natural, versatile, and sustainable, combining over 120 years of tradition, craftsmanship, and innovation. The only linoleum approved for use on walls, LinoWall opens up a world of coordinated design possibilities, connecting color and texture on every plane of the design. Our fresh, distinctive collection blends pattern and color to create stylish, innovative wall treatments.
Interleave from Jhane Barnes: Modular Carpet with coordinating LVT, Mindset
Like the gentle arc of ocean waves, nature’s flowing curves bring peaceful rhythm and soothing repetition. Mathematicians call them sines—curves described by the equation (y = a sin x). But you don’t have to be a mathematician to appreciate their visual appeal—or the serenity they bring to a space.
Composition Series from Suzanne Tick: Modular Carpet with coordinating LVT, Meshwork
Using modern technologies and innovative yarn placements, the Composition Series is a layered expression of both natural and man-made materials. Three unique styles—Raised, Braided, and Enlaced—foster a calming environment that nurtures our ability to find harbor and connect with ourselves. The simplified palette is reminiscent of handmade ceramics, with a refined mélange of color and matte-like finishes that promote a peaceful atmosphere.
Drop Cloth LVT from Float Studio
Tarkett’s latest collaboration with Brad Sherman and Nina Etnier of Float Studio creates a backdrop of creative energy, using state-of-the-art digital printing technology to bring their artistic vision to life. Inspired by their favorite textiles, which feature unexpected color combinations, Brad and Nina created a palette that appears neutral at first, but has unexpected pops of color to help support more dynamic use of color throughout a space. Drop Cloth’s combination of pattern and color allows a layering similar to a terrazzo floor, without feeling faux.
iD Mixonomi: Modular vinyl tile
Inspired by the iconic hexagon, iD Mixonomi, a modular vinyl tile flooring collection, includes seven graphic shapes and three mini-forms that combine to create classic patterns and bold layouts. The collection’s diverse palette is inspired by global travel, offering a cultural array from tender pastels to deep jewel tones and bold primaries to cozy neutrals.
Essentialist Collection: Modular Carpet
Tarkett’s new Essentialist Collection is a carefully curated selection that reflects the societal movement toward mindfulness and simplification for holistic well-being. Within the Essentialist Collection, Tarkett was driven to discover and develop products that embody the true essence of what is meaningful to the human experience of today’s purposeful, connected, experiential healthcare spaces. The result is a carefully curated selection of style and performance that is meant to welcome patients and staff with a unique mix of texture, color, pattern, and modularity.
iD Latitude: LVT
At the intersection of great design, lasting performance, and practical affordability, iD Latitude is the ideal combination of authentic-looking visuals and best-in-class Techtonic protection—for a flooring experience that supports every adventure.
Neocon attendees can meet the designers of the new collections on June 10 from 3–6 p.m. in Tarkett’s showroom, #380. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.