Arrow pattern in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial

Tessellating shapes create geometric patterns in Studio Moods flooring

Dezeen promotion: Belgian flooring brand IVC Commercial has expanded its Studio Moods range of vinyl tiles, offering nine geometric shapes that can be combined to create countless patterns.

The collection is designed to be as versatile as possible, to create designs that can suit a wide variety of different settings.

The nine different tiles in the range are: Triangle, Chevron, Diamond, Big Diamond, Trapezoid, Hexagon, Big Hexagon, Small Plank and Parallelogram.

Mesh pattern in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
The Trapezoid tiles are used to create the Mesh pattern

Each of these shapes is available in more than 150 different floor finishes from IVC Commercial's range. This includes a variety of colours, along with textures such as oak, terrazzo, slate or concrete.

"Through pre-defined geometric shapes and multiple wood, stone and colours that can be arranged in countless patterns, Studio Moods makes bespoke design simple, bringing creativity and freedom to the floor," said IVC Commercial marketing director Cindy Van Moorleghem.

Diamond in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Big Diamond tiles create 3D cubes in this cafe interior

The brand has developed over 100 pre-determined pattern layouts, so that customers can get a feel for the multiple different options that are possible.

Some shapes can be used to create various effects. For instance, Diamond tessellates as either pointed formations or 3D-effect cubes, while the rectangular-shaped Small Plank can produce herringbone patterns as well as grid formations.

Wicker in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
The basketweave-style Wicker design combines two different tiles

There are also patterns that combine multiple shapes, such as the hexagonal Pepper or the basketweave-style Wicker.

By mixing different colours and textures, it's possible to add complexity to the designs. This can serve multiple purposes, whether that's providing signage, zoning different areas or simply making a statement.

"Studio Moods is as individual as you want it to be," said Van Moorleghem. "Whether mixing up material effects or simply executed tonal patterns, Studio Moods lets you play it your way."

Herringbone in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Different colours and patterns can be used to create zones

IVC Commercial manufactures Studio Moods in Belgium, at a facility designed with sustainability in mind. A wind farm means that renewable energy is used to fuel the production, while the tiles are made from 50 per cent recycled material.

Durable and easy to clean, Studio Moods can be specified for workplace, retail, hospitality, leisure and housing environments.

The tiles have a matt finish to give them a natural look. Some designs can also integrate EIR (emboss in register), to enhance this effect further.

Vortex in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Parallelogram tiles create a triangular pattern in the Vortex design

For those looking for a fast flooring solution, a range of pre-defined building blocks are ready to be shipped upon ordering, with no minimum order quantity.

Bespoke creations for any project measuring at least 75 square metres.

For more information about Studio Moods, visit the IVC Commercial website.


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Wicker in Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
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Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial
Studio Mood flooring tiles by IVC Commercial