A selection from Collections Infinies, which won NeoCon Gold.
Solon, Ohio—Tarkett has been recognized at this year’s NeoCon with four prestigious Best of NeoCon awards, two Metropolis Likes, one HiP Winner and four HiP Honoree awards for its innovative product introduction.
“This year at NeoCon, we were astounded by the quality of design and product innovation across the industry,” said Jonathan Klinger, chief marketing officer for Tarkett North America. “To be recognized among these industry leaders is truly an honor.”
Tarkett products from both hard and soft surface categories were recognized amongst a record-breaking number of entries in Contract magazine’s prestigious Best of NeoCon Awards. Open Archive by Tandus Centiva received the Contract Best of NeoCon Gold award in the Carpet – Broadloom category for OverStitch and Moquette. Tarkett’s world premiere of digitally printed LVT, Collections Infinies, won Best of NeoCon Gold in the Flooring – Hard Surface category. Two of only ten industry-wide Innovation Awards were received by Tarkett for Open Archive Modular: Cache Tweed and GeoKnit by Tandus Centiva and Mesto Configurations by Johnsonite.
Tarkett’s Collections Infinies was also a standout with Interior Design’s HiP Awards, winning the Workplace Flooring – Hard Surface category. The company received HiP Honoree Awards for iQ One in the Health & Wellness Flooring category; Tandus Centiva’s MetalEdge Trim in the Accessories category; Jhane Barnes’ LightSpeed and Velocity for Education Flooring; and Open Archive Broadloom: OverStitch and Moquette in the Hospitality Flooring category.
Metropolis Likes honored Tarkett for iQ One and Tandus Centiva’s Open Archive collection.
“It’s an exciting time at Tarkett for the introduction of Collections Infinies,” said Chris Stulpin, senior vice president of design for Tarkett North America. “We are offering a flooring solution unlike anything else on the market. To be recognized at such a prestigious industry event speaks volumes of the hard work and collaboration that went into making this collection a reality.”