Within the Materials range, there is a selection of concrete, textile and stone aesthetics and in the Wood collection, specifiers will find a brand-new Hybrid Wood design, which fuses together wood and stone textures in a large-scale chevron design, creating a link between the two natural materials. For those that want to add the ‘wow’ factor to a space, the Graphics range consists of a variety of contemporary designs, such as Terrazzo and Graphito. The Colours range features a compendium of solid shades and stardust designs, with the latter containing particles to create a ‘strass’ effect.
The continuous development of acoustic flooring solutions makes it easier for specifiers and designers to cut down on unwanted noise in commercial buildings. With the wide array of colours and aesthetics now on offer, combining acoustic control, residual indentation and even speed of installation need not be compromised. By developing an understanding of the different types of sound and how best to control it, we can create quieter and more comfortable spaces in which we live and work.
Click here to learn more about Forbo’s new Acoustic Collection, and download their brand new white paper The Importance of Controlling Noise in the Built Environment.