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Forbo to celebrate modularity during Clerkenwell Design Week 2012

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Forbo Flooring Systems will be taking a prominent role in Clerkenwell Design Week 2012, which runs from 22-24 May, celebrating the concept of ‘Modularity’ at its EC1 Showroom in St John’s Street.

With more high performance modular floor coverings in its portfolio than any other manufacturer, Forbo will be emphasising the design freedom and creative potential of its integrated tile based flooring offer. 

Visitors will be inspired to mix and match Forbo’s linoleum, vinyl, flocked and textile tile ranges in new ways, to create beautifully colour co-ordinated and exceptionally flexible flooring installations. They will discover how different types of resilient and textile flooring can be combined to deliver aesthetically cohesive and practical floor schemes, perfectly suited to the demands of projects with multi-application areas.

During CDW12 Forbo’s premises will take on a different appearance and the manufacturer is promising to showcase the Modularity concept with a bold design statement that will extend beyond the showroom doors. Visitors will have the opportunity to demonstrate their own creativity by participating in a competition to devise the most attractive combination of modular flooring surfaces, exploiting Forbo’s extraordinarily wide range of colours, patterns and surface textures.   

Forbo Flooring Systems’ EC1 Showroom is at 79 St John Street, London, EC1M 4NR.

For further information please call 020 7553 9300 or visit www.forbo-flooring.co.uk/ec1

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