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The dedicated design department of SURTECO DECOR is continually developing new decors to suit the market and harmonize with new trends. The range spans timeless classics and modern designs through to individual and exclusive decorative designs. SURTECO DECOR produces high-quality decors perfectly matched with each other – from the surface to the edging, on the floor and on the wall.

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THE LATEST TREND DECORS

Contouche

Contouche is a richly detailed, imaginative decor made from complex patterned knitted fabric or yarn. The look recalls a traditional Oriental tea tray. Metallic colours generate an iridescent, three-dimensional effect. An additional haptic surface creates the impression of touching genuine materiality. The design is metamorphosed into a multifaceted metal surface in colour schemes providing intensive coverage. The Contouche or sack-back gown was a long, courtly, formal gown designed to cascade in folds from the shoulders.

Eiche Mackintosh

Mackintosh is a new, planked version of our “Bond Oak”. The installation look with the modern distribution of boards: “1/3 - 2/3 – whole boards” – partly blocked, gives an impression of playful weightlessness. The strong, three-dimensional effect and the colouration of the decor generate the impression of genuine oak floorboards. This floorboard design can be combined with a white cylinder and the patina gives the decor vintage charm as it provides a more subtle rendering of the natural play of colour.

Fleming

Fleming is a single-colour decor that can be used as the textural element for a release paper. The haptic-generating cylinder can also be used to create striated accents for other decors. The minimalist lines are in tune with one of the current trends. The purist striations recall microscopic images of organisms. These forms have been inspired by the realms of biology and they create a strong design element within the worlds of fashion and architecture. The idea behind Fleming should be interpreted more as a design of nature. When viewed in this light, the decor brings to life all the elements enveloped by its veil.

Gropius Oak

This oak is an effective flooring decor. Imposingly elegant flowers and subtle mirrors are distributed uniformly and radiate a lively yet well-balanced look. The balance between natural and abstracted characteristics transforms it into a versatile and multifaceted decor with a multiplicity of options for combination in large areas. The style of interior design is defined by the selection of furniture. Gropius Eiche is like a resonating body that oscillates with sentiment and mood. Walter Gropius established the state school of art known as “Bauhaus”. An entire architectural style was named after this educational Institution.

Helsinki

Helsinki is a combination of reduced simplicity and unbounded materiality. The decor is modelled on large-surface veneer made of all-round debarked maritime pine, accounting for its special markings. Veneer in the Helsinki look is frequently used for alternative building concepts in the property sector, for example in the foyer of the Marta Museum in Herford. Surrounded by art, architecture and design, this unbridled look has been reinterpreted. In contrast to genuine wood veneer, the grain of the decor is balanced, the expression more graceful.

Meton

The decor name of Meton is a creation of metal and concrete. The visual properties of this material are ambivalent. Colour nuances and the matching haptic effect determine the visual perception of this surface. Meton is sometimes featured as a metal with patina, sometimes as cast concrete, and at other times soft as silk or with raw purism, there again perhaps as a matt single colour or bright metallic, as subtly minimalist or grandiose and impressive. The fascination of this lightly effervescent surface is massive. The design can be combined with everything – its mellow industrial expression exudes calm and permanence.

Neruda

The decor “Neruda” reflects the zest for life of the South American Continent – lively, changeable, and highly expressive. The striking grain creates effective colour contrasts. Sugary inclusions and discolourations generated by water create a lively image that almost evokes an entire flower. This extremely characterful flooring decor creates a contrast to understated furniture and warm colours. The soft planking gives it a place in any setting.

Avellino Walnut

Avellino has the appearance of a vibrant walnut tree. The particularly refined and impressive grain is characteristic of hazelnut wood. The many elements of the wooden texture are harmoniously distributed. Combinations with textile designs, stones and contemporary wood varieties emphasise the charm of this neoclassical decor. Its delicate, highly detailed flowers work well on a large scale, while also creating an elegant  and stylish look on small pieces of furniture. 

Viamala Eiche

Viamala is a digital design – the width of the special rods can be individually scaled. The wooden texture and the sculptural joints present an understated oak grain and a subtle play on colour to highlight the three-dimensional effect. The combination creates a reallife impression of milled wooden strips conveying an artisan character. The visual effect of Viamala Oak harmonizes equally with cottage concepts and contemporary minimalist furnishing designs.

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Themes, opinions, messages. These concepts create trends today. With the energy and speed of a new media world. With an unprecedentedm transparency and availability. We regard this as an opportunity. Because motion is born of change. And those who want to move things on have to be one. We are ONE. Together with you, we develop new products from inspirations which touch people.

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"WE CURRENTLY KEEP THE LATEST CULTURAL AND DESIGN TRENDS UNDER CONTINUAL OBSERVATION. WE COMBINE THESE WITH OUR EXPERIENCE AND WITH OUR OWN IDEAS TO CREATE NEW DECORS AND DEFINE OUR TREND STATEMENT”

Heike Schlosser, Head of Design, SURTECO DECOR