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Rubber gets the job done. From healthcare spaces to high-traffic institutional settings and busting New York City subway trains, rubber floors are increasingly favoured for their exceptional durability, comfort, sound absorption and ease of maintenance. And there’s plenty of style, too. The new nora by Interface products are driving the next step in rubber evolution, pairing high-performance qualities with a sophisticated new design language tailored for design-driven spaces.

Designed to nourish a human-centred ambiance, nora rubber flooring comprises a richly varied — and aesthetically versatile — series of marquee products.

The noraplan linee product is a case in point. Particularly well suited to healthcare settings, the flooring delivers a durable, slip-resistant surface that can be used in sterile spaces. Ideal for high-traffic environments, noraplan linee is elevated by a flowing, directional, pattern in light and dark values of the base colour — available in six neutrals and four accent hues in both warm and cool tones.

Complementing the elegantly varied finish, noraplan linee’s striated profile diffuses light to add further depth to the matte finish, supporting healing environments with a subtle sense of warmth and comfort.

An organic presence distinguishes the norament castello floors. The lightly marbled, two-tone rubber surfaces deftly reflect the character of natural stone, introducing a pleasantly irregular pattern to any space. Available in eight soothing colourways, the understated flooring seamlessly combines a natural stone look with the unparalleled acoustic and ergonomic performance of rubber.

Interface’s norament kivo introduces an equally distinctive new aesthetic. A rubber riff on contemporary concrete, the series — also available in eight unique colourways — provides an elegant canvas for modern design. Ideal for workplaces and commercial settings, the eight finishes blend the clean visual presence of concrete with a much more comfortable and sound-absorbent surface.

While the entire nora by Interface portfolio is defined by its variety and versatility, a design-focused approach unites the brand’s offerings. From carefully crafted stone and concrete finishes to the impressive range of colour-fast hues — including creative inlays for visual accents and wayfinding — Interface is innovating a new aesthetic frontier in rubber flooring. Combining comfort, performance and style, each finish ensures a step in the right direction.

This content was published by Azure on behalf of Interface.

Interface Brings New Sophistication to Rubber Flooring

The innovative nora by Interface products combine exceptional performance with elegant aesthetic possibilities.

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