Inspired by the concepts of futurism, Atrafloor have created a collection of flooring with a 2001: A Space Odyssey feel.
Futurism was an art movement that encouraged breaking away from the past with a futuristic style. Neo-futurism continues the movement today, and the aesthetic influence of our modern relationship with technology can be seen in 21st century art, design and architecture.
Atrafloor formed these geometric designs digitally, putting graphics tech to use to provide futuristic flooring fit for a modern home. The collection is inspired by structural futurism forms and a look of sleek uniformity.
Space Station Styling
Referencing the era's fascination with outer space, designers such as André Courrèges and Paco Rabanne launched space-style fashion pieces in the 1960s, featuring clean lines and geometric shapes.
Now, the design world oozes with space-age aesthetics, with Pantone's colour of the year even drawing inspiration from technological advancements and looking to the future.
As we wave goodbye to Scandinavian styling and say hello to modern retro looks this year, could it be that we are moving closer to full-on futuristic design emerging in interiors?
Atrafloor geometric range: https://www.atrafloor.com/vinyl-flooring/pattern-vinyl-flooring/geometric/
All flooring is made-to-order and priced at £59.00 per square metre.
Atrafloor is available for home and commercial use.
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