THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOOR COVERING IN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
Today, we would like to talk about our flooring criteria in interior architecture design and application services that we provide as T-Cod Architecture. How should the floor covering of an office or house be? Which materials should be used? According to which criteria should the materials used be selected? Let's take a look at the floor coverings, which are the final touch of spaces.
In the decoration of a space, ceilings, walls and floor elegance are as important as colors. As much as the elegance of the house, the radiance and texture harmony depend on the aesthetics of the floor. Therefore, flooring materials are one of the most important building elements that reflect the general atmosphere and style of a place. For example, if you want to create a warm atmosphere by decorating your home with wood density, you should choose wooden flooring that suits your style in order to achieve texture harmony. But if you want a formal atmosphere, you should prefer granite instead of wood. In addition to visual aesthetics and texture, antistatic, antiallergic values, acoustic performance, easy use and maintenance features come to the fore when choosing. If we talk about the characteristics of floor coverings that vary according to the purpose and texture of the space, granite is a frequently preferred floor covering material. Granite, which is advantageous with its variety of patterns and colors, is also highly resistant to scratches, stains and abrasion. The other floor covering material used in public places, private meeting rooms and smart halls, especially due to acoustic and sound insulation, is tile. Laminated parquet (polished parquet), known for its natural appearance, stands out with its elegant appearance. Laminate flooring, which is one of the most durable interior flooring materials, known for its stain-proofing and being not affected by sunlight, is a frequently preferred building material in the interiors of homes and offices. Another floor covering material that draws attention with its natural appearance is solid parquet. Solid parquet, which provides both heat and sound insulation, is also very long-lasting. Terrazzo, which is also known for its longevity and can be used everywhere, is one of the most modern designs today. Finally, let's talk about epoxy, which is the simplest of floor materials in interior architecture applications. The only disadvantage of epoxy flooring, which is known for its durability and chemical-proof feature, is that it is slippery. However, it is possible to solve this problem easily with aggregate.
As you can see in the residential and office projects that we, as T-Cod Architecture, undertake to design and implement, floor coverings vary according to the place of use and the texture of the space. The floor coverings we apply by prioritizing aesthetic understanding and functionality also meet innovative approaches in architectural designs.