This mosaic marble flooring is an example of recycled interior design that highlights the ultra-modern results that can be achieved using materials that might otherwise go to waste. The flooring within the townhouse in Moscow, Russia is achieved using marble pieces of contrasting white and light gray shades in order to create the most visual impact possible. While stylish, the flooring also allowed the designers to easily accommodate the curved nature of the edges that would otherwise require extensive measuring and cutting to achieve.
The mosaic marble flooring is the design work of Maxim Kashin and Natalya Karpova of Maxim Kashin Architects, and is part of the continued increase in popularity of recycled materials in modern interior design.
Image Credit: Dmitry Chebanenko
This Floor Has Contrasting Materials for Maximum Impact
1. Recycled Interior Design - Opportunity for businesses to innovate and create sustainable interior design solutions using recycled materials.
2. Contrasting Materials - Businesses can explore using contrasting materials in design to create maximum visual impact and uniqueness.
3. Curved Edge Accommodation - Opportunity to develop innovative flooring solutions that easily accommodate curved edges, reducing the need for extensive measuring and cutting.
1. Architecture and Interior Design - Architects and interior designers can tap into the trend of recycled materials and create sustainable and visually impactful designs.
2. Construction and Flooring - Opportunity for construction and flooring companies to explore creative flooring solutions using contrasting materials and efficient curved edge accommodation techniques.
3. Recycling and Waste Management - Businesses in the recycling and waste management industry can collaborate with designers to source and repurpose materials for recycled interior design projects.