Merge Design Co. Releases their Fourell™ line of LEED-contributing extremeconcrete® Tiles
Merge Design officially released their new standard line of LEED-contributing extremeconcrete® tiles called Fourell™ .
September 25, 2017 (FPRC) -- Merge Design officially released their new standard line of LEED-contributing extremeconcrete® tiles called Fourell™ .
Fourell™ eco-sensitive concrete tiles exemplify the clean lines and materiality of the modern aesthetic. Made with up to 85% recycled content, the alluring surface of Fourell™ is “mold-finished” for a smooth and sensuous feel, revealing subtle color variations from each and every tile.
Fourell™ concrete tiles can be used for floors or walls and are made to order with an average lead time of 6-8 weeks. Standard tiles come unsealed, 5/8” thick and in 10 different sizes. As with all extremeconcrete® products, custom sizes, thicknesses, colors and finishes are available.
Vibrant, fluid and textural, extremeconcrete® can be infused with a variety of pigments and recycled aggregates to provide unlimited color and material combinations to create unrivaled surfaces and distinctive products. Containing up to 85% recycled content (dry-weight ingredients), the proprietary extremeconcrete® mix designs can incorporate a variety of recycled/reclaimed elements diverted from the waste stream such as finely ground by-products from the production of silicon or coal-fired power plants, crushed pre/post -consumer glass, shredded circuit boards or plastics, stranded fabric or carpet fibers and even certain construction site and demolition waste diverted directly from your own LEED project.
About Merge Design Co.
Merge Design Company is the exclusive manufacturer of the award-winning extremeconcrete® line of LEED-contributing, eco-sensitive concrete materials and products. From the original extremeconcrete® | monochrome™, to the newer materials, eco-X®, micro™ and Xposed™, Merge Design drives the evolution of cast concrete products by collaborating with visionary designers, architects, and clients to create high impact, LEED-contributing concrete essentials.
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