Just lately launched is Tarkett Ateljé, the brand new Stockholm-based showroom designed in collaboration with Word Design Studio. The house is created as a discussion board for sustainability and design talks, in a setting that showcases round financial system being put into follow.
The transition right into a round financial system calls for synergy between sustainability, design and society. Due to this fact, Tarkett Ateljé is constructed round an auditorium, created as a dwell enviornment for talks and data trade.
“With Tarkett Ateljé, we wished to point out the holistic strategy wanted for round transformation. This has pushed us to design a brand new kind of showroom that’s greater than only a materials library, as a substitute a spot that demonstrates how design and sustainability work together and the way round financial system goes from phrases to actions”, says Kerstin Lagerlöf, advertising and marketing supervisor for Tarkett Sweden and Norway.
To showcase examples of how round financial system works in actuality, Tarkett and Word Design Studio introduced in gigantic sacks full of recycled uncooked materials from two totally different tasks. One of many sacks is full of granules recycled from an outdated flooring at IKEA Västerås, set to be reused for brand spanking new vinyl flooring.
The opposite sack has been full of yarn recycled from an workplace, which is able to turn into new textile carpet tiles. Word has designed the house with round financial system because the main star. The fabric used comes from Tarkett’s post-use recyclable product ranges, which at the moment are introduced as a part of the Round Choice. The gathering will develop as extra merchandise turn into absolutely recyclable.
“Recycling is a crucial issue for reaching the local weather objectives. For each sq. metre of vinyl flooring that we recycle, the CO2 emissions are decreased by 10 kg. Recycling is advanced; the entire chain from demolition, transportation and sorting, together with the precise recycling, is a meticulous course of. But when nobody calls for that the ground needs to be recycled, nothing will occur. All stakeholders should be onboard for round transformation to occur in actuality”, says Dag Duberg, Nordic sustainability supervisor at Tarkett.
The house echoes basic Scandinavian design, with a strict color palette that’s complimented by a number of contrasts and sudden particulars. The intarsia sample featured within the lounge, the bespoke lamps constructed from Tarkett’s materials iQ Megalit and the colourful pink railing surrounding the auditorium are among the most unusual particulars of Tarkett Ateljé.
“The design is modern, revolutionary and practical. To us, it was thrilling to assist Tarkett create a platform for spreading concepts and beliefs that we each strongly consider in”, says Johannes Karlström, inside architect and cofounder of Word Design Studio.
Tarkett Ateljé will likely be a discussion board for interplay for stakeholders within the design and building neighborhood. The thought behind the house and the best way it’s created is an instance of the Tarkett Human Acutely aware Design philosophy, that means that inside areas ought to help, encourage and join the folks that use them, whereas on the similar time contemplating the influence on the planet.