Aspecta—a global LVT brand for contract market

Home Press Release Aspecta—a global LVT brand for contract market

Norwalk, Conn. — Aspecta, an LVT brand specializing in the global contract market, has launched a premium quality Architects Folder collection.

Aspecta’s over 100 planks and tiles—52 woods, 33 stones and 25 abstracts—are featured in three product assortments in separate binders alongside a full product brochure. All technical details and sustainability credentials are included, such as Platinum level NSF 332 accreditation.

Aspecta is suitable for high traffic areas such as retail, hospitality, commercial buildings, healthcare and education. Innovations include larger plank and print widths than previously available, and the creation of a more natural look with a range of in-registered embossing techniques. It is available in a wide selection of formats from 4 x 36 planks to 24 x 24 tiles.

“Aspecta has been developed following consultation with architects and designers to ensure that it outperforms the current market offering from an aesthetic as well as practical perspective,” said Russ Rogg, president, North America, for Aspecta. “As specialists in contract LVT, it is very important to us that we show this new range in an appropriate context, and we hope to recruit many new specifiers to the category by giving them something not previously offered.”

For information and contact details visit www.aspectaflooring.com.

 

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