There is a new brand of flooring materials that is shaking things up in the local design
Tajima's beautifully crafted flooring comes in various colors and patterns, and helps enhance even the most commercial spaces.
December 11, 2018
Written by Roumel Itum
Photos from Tajima
In designing and construction, it is not uncommon that the flooring is the last to be considered. Yet, the horizontal axis takes the most pressure and among the many other surfaces, is usually the first one to show evidence of wear and tear. As an important element of construction, the choice of flooring material and the manner it is designed ultimately affects the overall value of a space, not to mention that it can also determine the overall success of the design. It is this fact that requires any structure—be it a home or a commercial space, to choose a kind of flooring material and finish that will support the different amount of traffic, while simultaneously add value and infuse the interiors with a touch of luxury.
Tajima understands that an end user’s experience with flooring material and finish starts off as visual, and then transitions to something that affects how an individual interacts with the surrounding. The right choice of material and design allows the end user to appreciate the space by being able to interact with the elements properly. Good flooring options create a positive relationship between the end user and the design. Through the use of technology, the company is able to uphold the integrity of the design without sacrificing the interaction of the people in the space. The result is flooring materials that put to fore an amalgamation of heightened functionality and lavishness with options that transcend present trends.
The company also prides itself in offering a vast selection of highly-durable products to meet its customers’ varying needs, whether it’s anti-slip, and anti-static flooring, or flame-retardant carpet tiles for general use, to more specialized designs such as anti-bacterial and anti-chemical flooring for hospitals, clinics, and laboratories, and foam-backed tiles for sports facilities. With Tajima, spaces become as beautiful, but are made to take on more pressure and impact.
The brand’s luxury vinyl floors designed to resemble natural materials like wood and stone now present designers with better alternatives for high-traffic areas. The wide selection of design, colors, and various finishes also made the brand the top choice for hip retail spaces such as Anello and the Philippines’ purveyor of luxury Swiss watches Lucerne. Apart from the luxury vinyl tiles, Tajima also creates carpet tiles, loose lay tiles, woven vinyl, and the lockable vinyl tiles that do not require any adhesive to use.