LANCASTER, Pa. – Armstrong Flooring is pleased to announce that it has received GOOD DESIGN® awards for Rigid Core Vantage, Migrations and Striations BBT, and Alterna engineered tile.
Founded in Chicago in 1950, GOOD DESIGN is organized annually by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. It recognizes the latest, most advanced products and designs for their innovation and invention. GOOD DESIGN covers new consumer products, graphics, and packaging designed and manufactured in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North and South America.
Armstrong Flooring products that received the award in 2019 are:
Rigid Core Vantage, which brings to life the exacting detail of natural wood looks and is built to maintain its beauty – even under high traffic, high moisture and high impact. With its combination of realistic design and durability, Rigid Core Vantage planks are suitable for either residential or commercial applications.
Alterna Plank with Diamond 10 Technology, which captures the natural beauty of stone, ceramic or porcelain, while retaining warmth, absorbing sound and feeling more forgiving to your feet. Alterna engineered tile features on-trend stone-inspired visuals, enhanced surface texture, and longer and wider 8”X48” planks. They can be installed with or without grout and can also be used as decorative accent walls or backsplashes. Engineered tile is faster and easier to install and maintain.
Striations and Migrations BBT with Diamond 10 Technology coating, complementary collections that deliver a PVC-free sustainable flooring tile combining biophilic design, reduced maintenance, and long-term performance. They offer a sophisticated palette of organic tones coupled with modular installation options to provide optimum design flexibility for education, retail, health care and office spaces.
Winning products are featured on the GOOD DESIGN website.
The GOOD DESIGN jury was held in New York and Los Angeles and was composed of renowned international specialists with wide design experience. The criteria for selection follows the original 1950s program and includes the innovation or functional impact of the products.
Published January 06, 2020