Belgian Brilliance: Super Gloss Woven Vinyl Flooring By Le Tissage d’Arcade

Super Gloss may sound like a high-sheen lipstick, but it's actually woven vinyl flooring made of strands of fiberglass and PVC fibers. The product hails from Belgium, from a company called Le Tissage d'Arcade (LTA), which was founded in 2002. Super Gloss belongs to LTA's 2tec2 line of hybrid floor coverings that combine "appealing aesthetics with long- term durability." With the look of fabric and the fortitude of synthetics, 2tec2 offers easy maintenance and cleaning, and better safety and health standards in a package that's surprisingly easy on the eyes.

Super Gloss Woven Vinyl Flooring. Designed by Le Tissage d'Arcade

Super Gloss, or SG for short, gets its inspiration from shiny, refractive minerals and jewels-hence the name of the SG products: Bazalt, Diamond, Opal, Quartz, Sandstone, and Steel. And thanks to its hardiness, the "brilliant flooring" should "maintain a stunning patina throughout its lifecycle." Although the construction materials of 2tec2 are synthetic, they are ecologically safe: SG contains no oil byproducts and is 100% recyclable and non-allergic. Already used in fashionable commercial applications-Giorgio Armani, Dolce and Gabana, and Guerlain, to name a few-2tec2 is a "contemporary flooring solution for chic and modern retail interiors."

Belgian Brilliance: Super Gloss Woven Vinyl Flooring By Le Tissage d'Arcade

Diamond. Designed by Le Tissage d'Arcade.

Belgian Brilliance: Super Gloss Woven Vinyl Flooring By Le Tissage d'Arcade

Bazalt. Designed by Le Tissage d'Arcade.

Belgian Brilliance: Super Gloss Woven Vinyl Flooring By Le Tissage d'Arcade

Quartz. Designed by Le Tissage d'Arcade.

Get the Super Gloss shine wherever you like, from commercial applications to residential interiors. Le Tissage d'Arcade (LTA) delivers worldwide, and SG is available in both 2-meter-wide rolls and 50 x 50 cm tiles. That means you can create a scintillating surface anywhere-"indoors and outdoors, in dry or wet areas, up stairs and along catwalks, and even on walls!"

Posted October 5, 2010 by Alicita Rodriguez

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