Three Dynamic Wood Collections for Floors and Walls
April 30, 2013 | 2:45 am UTC
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NEW YORK – Architectural Systems, Inc. presents Wood Collections by designer Jaime Beckwith, a line of unique hardwood wall and floor tiles that are Made in the USA. Offered in three groupings that range from endgrain wood block to decorative patterns, Engima, Mosaic and Projection offer the natural beauty of wood in new, dramatic forms.

“We are proud to exclusively offer this collection to commercial interior designers,” said Nancy Jackson, President, ASI. “The diverse collection complements our roster of innovative interior finishes, adding a fresh point of view on hardwood for floors and walls.”

Three Organically Inspired Product Lines

Enigma wood tiles range from classic shapes to the playfully ornamental, creating distinctive floors and walls in a variety of patterns, species and finishes.

Mosaic features five species of end-­‐grain wood block, which have a number of finish options from sanded, stained, and urethane to waxed, oiled or limed. Both Engima and Mosaic will be part of the ASI Flooring branded category. New to ASI Wood Panels, Projection is a solid end grain wood block for vertical applications. Available in a variety of thicknesses, 3 1/2” square blocks can be artfully arranged to create a dimensional backdrop in a limitless combination of patterns.

The Architectural Systems booth #4000 will be the place for inspiration and innovation at GlobalShop (April 16-­‐18, McCormick Place). Nancy Jackson, president, ASI, together with Gabrielle Jackson, author of the Materialista® Blog, will demonstrate how ASI materials can be incorporated to reflect the latest trends in retail design. Join them on April 18 at 10 a.m. for conversation, coffee and cupcakes!

Source: Architectural Systems

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