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Forbo Tessera Contour Carpet Tiles

The controlled geometric background of Tessera Contour is heavily influenced by repeated shapes in architecture and urban settings. The structure is relieved and broken by a more softly striated cut pileoverlay to reflect the diverse human and natural elements found in these landscapes. The palette is a tonal progression of diffused shades ranging from pale to very dark.

Tessera Contour is a very versatile carpet tile, ideal for use throughout offices large and small, communal areas and corridors. Use on its own, or in combination with any Forbo Flooring products, for creative and individual flooring designs. 

Contour tiles can be installed in a variety of laying methods – broadloom, non-directional (reducing fitting waste to less than 2%), tessellated or half-drop – allowing complete design and fitting flexibility.

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