Finnish interior designer Linda Bergroth has brought together unexpected colour combinations for the Durat showroom in Helsinki, which is filled with the manufacturer’s terrazzo-like surface material made from plastic waste.
The showroom occupies around 100 square metres of space in central Helsinki on the site of a former coffee shop.
Durat’s showroom shows off the brand’s surfacing material across multiple displays
Durat‘s speckled surface material can be used in sheets or moulded into basically any shape, so the company wanted a showroom that would convey a sense of endless possibilities.
To this end, Bergroth made almost everything in the store out of Durat surfacing, including three display areas, a wall
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