Kährs' newly launched French Pattern wood flooring design has been shortlisted in 'design et al' magazine's 2018 'International Design & Architecture Awards', within the Hard Flooring category.
The shortlisted design features a modern twist - an engineered plank format which improves install time and efficiency in comparison to a traditional 'French Pattern' floor. With the modern engineered format, the new designs can be installed more quickly than a traditional French patterned floor, ideal for efficient installation in both domestic and commercial projects. The classic pattern can also be specified over underfloor heating, due to the environmentally sound and long-lasting multi-layer construction of sustainable oak and poplar within the boards.
Joining Kährs' design-led European Renaissance collection, a collection of unique and inspiring wooden floors based on the magnificent floor styles of bygone periods, the new design is available in two distinct colour tones - a golden natural brown 'Castello Rovere' and a rich, smokey tone 'Castello Fumo'. Winners for the 'International Design & Architecture Awards' will be announced in September 2018 at The Hurlingham Club in London - a Private Members’ Club adjacent to the Thames, with leading Designers and Architects flying in to London from all over the world to attend. Online voting for the 'International Design & Architecture Awards' commences on 22nd August 2018, and closes on 19th September 2018. Shortlisted projects and products will be presented online at thedesignawards.co.uk, with voting open to industry professionals, as well as design et al readers and clients.
Vote for Kährs’ new French Pattern in the International Design & Architecture Awards here.