New Natura floors by ARTIGO 12 way of re-thinking the marbled
The new collection of Natura pavements by ARTIGO offers not only an innovative aesthetics, compared to the classic marble-like flooring, but also the advantages and the performance of rubber flooring with a high concentration of natural components.
ARTIGO rubber flooring meets all relevant biocompatibility requirements for indoor environments, such as Good Environmental Choice Australia, Blue Angel, and Greenward certifications. Furthermore, the company is qualified for LEED and BREEAM credits, as well as for many other international environmental schemes on the sustainability of buildings.
ARTIGO is particularly attentive to environmental issues. In its production line, it guarantees the absence of toxic waste, low smoke emissions and the recycling of 90% of processing waste. On the roof of the factory, 4,173 solar panels are producing about 1.04 GWh of energy per year, with a reduction of approximately 660 tons of CO2 emissions.
ARTIGO is also certified with ISO 14000 and BREEAM and is an active member of the Green Building Council Italy. The Company has also carried out a thorough study on the life cycle of its products through the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD). The environmental commitment of ARTIGO was further concretized with the introduction of the innovative substrate with a high ecological content.
The new collection Natura is offered by ARTIGO in a range of 12 passe-partout colours, each one recalling an ambience and a natural element: from candid NA07, reminiscent of the reflections of the sun on the snow, to NA06, which incorporates stronger brown shades similar to nightfall colours in a forest.