Note: We made the decision to use unpolished and non-glamorous images to display Tekstur used as elevator flooring to provide a realistic representation of how the material performs in a practical setting. By showing the material in its natural state, you can better understand its durability and suitability for high-traffic areas.

EcoSupply collaborated with Mesarch Studio to design and create a bespoke penny-tile pattern on Tekstur paneling to use as elevator flooring at 111 Montgomery in Brooklyn, NY. The custom penny-tile patterned panel adds an element of visual interest and personality to the elevator while maintaining Tekstur's reputation for durability and practicality.

Tekstur Elevator Flooring 1

Elevators are one of the most heavily used and abused areas in a building due to the constant foot traffic they experience daily. From scratches and graffiti to spills and stains, elevators require frequent maintenance and cleaning to ensure they remain functional and presentable.

Tekstur Elevator Flooring 2

Tekstur protective paneling is an ideal material for elevator flooring due to its exceptional durability and resistance to impact, water, and scratching [VIDEO]. With its easy-to-clean surface and sleek appearance, Tekstur protective paneling provides a practical and stylish solution for high-traffic elevator areas. These paper composite panels are a sustainable and environmentally friendly option for construction and design projects. Made from recycled paper and resin, Tekstur panels offer excellent performance without compromising on eco-friendliness.

Tekstur Elevator Flooring 3

More About the Project

111 Montgomery is the first full-service luxury building in Crown Heights, featuring 12 floors and 163 units of studio, one, and two-bedroom homes. Situated across from the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the building offers an array of amenities including a lounge, gym, kids room, backyard, and roof deck, all thoughtfully designed as an abstraction or ode to the nearby garden. This botanically themed and organically inspired design seeks to seamlessly extend the garden's contextual essence into the neighborhood. You can see more photos of the project on Mesarch Studio's website here.

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