Lano to embrace the May Design Series

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    Visitors to the Interiors LDN exhibition, part of the May Design Series, will have the opportunity to view a variety of top end residential carpet collections and hospitality flooring concepts from Lano that will inspire luxurious design schemes in areas large and small.The sumptuous Ultimo collection of residential carpets from Lano is renowned for its lavish textures and stunning designs, and is set to entice visitors at the show. Comprising a total of 10 carpet styles that have been carefully selected to provide the ultimate in luxury and performance, the Ultimo collection showcases designs crafted from a mixture of fibres, including pure New Zealand Wool, super-soft polyamide and silky bamboo. There is a range of textures to choose from, with comforting shag piles as well as soft saxony and elegant loop and twist piles.

    The extensive contract collection by Lano Flooring Solutions will also be on display at Interiors LDN, with designers, specifiers and contractors encouraged to view the wealth of possibilities available to suit all commercial interiors. Including stock and completely bespoke carpet styles, the experienced design team at Lano Flooring Solutions will be on hand to explain the many different possibilities available.

    Bespoke broadloom collections on display will include the Walk of Fame Axminster range, the tufted Carve, the tufted graphics Suite concept and the chromojet printed concepts. The go-to carpet for sumptuous textured designs, Carve will impress specifiers looking to source carpet for a broad spectrum of hospitality locations. Crafted from exceptionally hardwearing 100% polyamide, Carve is divided into two sub-collections, standard stock and bespoke concept to provide great flexibility.

    Renowned for its bold linear stripe design, the superbly comfortable and hardwearing tufted graphics Suite concept will appeal to designers looking to provide leisure and hospitality environments with the utmost in style, comfort and performance. For ultimate ease and ideal for projects with a tight turnaround, specifiers can choose from six sophisticated colourways with a pile weight of 1,100g/m2 that are shipped from stock in any quantity. For projects over 400m2, designers have the chance to create bespoke solutions, with the ability to choose between three pile weights up to 1,500g/m2 and four special colours. Crafted from a performance blend of 80% New Zealand wool and 20% nylon, Suite carpets offer excellent colour clarity and appearance retention.

    The Walk of Fame Axminster collection will appeal to venues looking for the ultimate bespoke floorcovering. Giving complete freedom of design, Lano’s specialist in-house design team will transform even the most complicated of ideas into beautifully vibrant and strong carpets using top-of-the range looms with up to 16 colour options per design. Available in a choice of constructions, from 7-row right through to the most durable 11-row, each Axminster carpet by Lano is crafted from 80% New Zealand wool and 20% nylon for maximum quality.

    Those looking for printed carpets made from 100% polyamide can take advantage of the Chameleon chromojet concept. A completely bespoke option, this collection allows the creation of custom-made carpet designs using high-tech chromojet printing technology. With a choice of three pile weights; 710g, 1000g and 1200g per square metre, and the ability to use a range of six colours, this hardwearing concept gives great levels of flexibility.

    “Interiors LDN will be a great opportunity for us to showcase our residential and commercial carpet styles alongside one another, demonstrating to designers, specifiers, architects and contractors just how diverse both collections are,” comments Birger Karlsson, UK & Ireland sales manager. “The Ultimo collection is sure to have widespread appeal thanks to its luxurious qualities and unbelievably soft textures, and our contract ranges will impress with their seemingly limitless design combinations and possibilities.”

    Daniel Fountain / 11.04.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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