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DOMOTEX OUTSIDE FLOORING 54


ALFRESCO


Locked down, looking out - and thinking ahead. How months inside has made us appreciate what’s beyond our walls. The question is, how will it shape the way we see interiors going forward?


Photography | Joe Fletcher | Dezeen.com Words | World Show Media staff


There’s probably never been a time when we’ve coveted our outside spaces as much as we have done recently. If lockdown did nothing else, it left us craving contact with the natural world. And no sooner were restrictions lifted, so were our spirits and our interest in properties that gave us access to domestic spaces that allowed just that. Suddenly, homes with everything from small balconies to large


terraces and spacious gardens were more in demand than ever. As spring turned to summer, our desire for the great outdoors grew even stronger and even the most modest terracing became open-air living rooms in which we could seek respite from a life indoors. This is where fl ooring came into its own. Details such as the design,


materials and technical specifi cations would make or break a new or even a renovation project. And, be it a surface of tiles, wood or stone, the variations available meant a choice as extensive of anything you’d


fi nd for indoor projects, whether the aim was for something warm and tactile or rugged and durable. Take wood plastic composite, for


example, a material that combines the advantages of plastic and wood: being attractive, easy to clean and at


the same time hard-wearing.


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And then there is artifi cial turf, which has come a long way since it made its debut on our sports fi elds. The best varieties boast the sort of natural appearance that have made them rather popular with some of the best apartment and housing developments, not to mention modern offi ces, which have emerged as a key growth area. Think carpet: not the plush, thick- pile variety you’d fi nd in a living room but the very short, low-pile variety often used under covered patios and areas prone to getting


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