Global Building and Design Directory is part of the Informa Markets Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

Aspecta One Ornamental by MetroflorAspecta One Ornamental by Metroflor Aspecta One Ornamental by MetroflorAspecta® One Ornamental by MetroflorAspecta® One Ornamental by MetroflorAspecta® One Ornamental by Metroflor

Aspecta® One Ornamental by Metroflor

ASPECTA® by Metroflor introduced an exciting design portfolio during NeoCon 2017 - ASPECTA ONE ORNAMENTAL. This LVT collection consists of three unique patterns that architects and designers can apply where they need exceptional interest and accent, without being overwhelmed by going through the entire custom design process. Building upon the existing ASPECTA ONE design portfolio, the three overlay motifs – Damask, Masquerade, and Malta – offer a wide array of options depending upon the imagination and creativity of the designer. Evoking ancient cultures such as Oriental, Arabic and sub-Saharan, or architecture styles like Art Nouveau and Rococo, ASPECTA ONE ORNAMENTAL creates a welcome contrast to the clear design language of modern architecture and interiors. These overprint styles can be randomly layered on select ASPECTA ONE plank and tile designs or all-over for a more dramatic effect. The ASPECTA ONE ORNAMENTAL collection is ideal for such commercial settings as Hospitality, Retail, Corporate and Healthcare, with all the benefits that only LVT provides: stunning designs and embossings, coupled with easy care and maintenance. The range reflects Metroflor’s immersion in Biophilic Design as an influence in the creation of its ever-evolving product lines. The philosophy stems from the notion of Biophilia: humankind’s innate connection with the natural world. Biophilia explains why certain natural occurrences captivate us, enhance our creativity or provide restorative effects. When applied to the built environment, Biophilia also defines aspects of nature that most impact and advance occupants’ health, fitness, and wellbeing. Said Robert Langstaff, Metroflor’s Director of Design, “Biophilic Design establishes a new framework for satisfying the need to experience nature in the built environment. At Metroflor, we are applying many of its principles to extend our design vision and capability within LVT.“

View this product at

View product details and certifications on Origin.