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WITH STUDIO MOODS Award-winning Studio Moods is the off-the-shelf bespoke LVT solution from IVC Commercial, making one-off feature floors more affordable.


Using nine geometric shapes, including four new XL formats over the original collection, combined with wood, stone and colour looks, Studio Moods presents 107 off-the-shelf QuickShip patterns that make it fast and easy to select a floor personalised to your project. Alternatively, you can use the 69 building blocks used for all QuickShip patterns to create your own design or go completely bespoke across 160 looks from just 75m2


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From classic chevron and herringbone in surprising stone effects, through to patterns involving multiple formats, Studio Moods is all about versatility and creativity. Wood combined with stone, giant hexagons in solid colours next to dark oak; this is an LVT collection that brings personality to workplace, retail, hospitality and leisure, PRS and PBSA projects.


David Bigland, Managing Director, IVC Commercial, said: “The original Studio Moods collection has proved itself as the ideal solution for creating stunning feature areas in a wide variety of projects. Now with the new Studio Moods, we’ve refined the concept, so designers have access to a wider


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MANAGEMENT TEAM Flooring patents and technologies specialist I4F has announced that Mattie de Koning is joining its management team as the company’s Chief IP Officer, a new strategic function in the organisation. This new role will focus on the expansion and further evolution of I4F’s Patent Cluster Concept (PCC) as well as facilitate the introduction of new, innovative technologies into the market. He will be based out of the company’s global headquarters in Hamont, Belgium.


Specialised in national and cross- border patent litigation, Mattie joins I4F from the global law firm, Simmons & Simmons LLP, where he was an IP partner specialising in cross-border


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variety of patterns, bigger scale and new wood, colour and stone looks; all easily and quickly accessible from stock through our QuickShip programme.”


Using IVC Commercial’s 55 specification ensures that Studio performs wherever you choose to install it. Suitable for receptions,


patent litigation and IP transactions. Mattie has also worked with I4F since 2014, representing and assisting the company in various patent proceedings before the courts and the European Patent Office.


John Rietveldt, I4F’s CEO, said: “Mattie is a true heavy weight in IP litigation and no stranger to the global flooring industry. He has represented and supported I4F in all its major IP legal cases in Europe and the US. In addition to his incredible depth of IP knowledge and experience, he knows us and our business through and through, enabling him to hit the ground running as our Chief IP Officer. Sitting on our management team, we are delighted to have Mattie step into this new strategic role, designed to evolve our IP portfolio and support our licensees, as he will


breakout zones and feature areas; as well as anywhere else that demands style and performance; the floor is durable and easy to maintain, efficiently made in Belgium using renewable energy and features 30% recycled content.


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make it meaningful and impactful from day one.”


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