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Andy Fleishman Collection

Ann Sacks

Andy Fleishman's latest imaginative creation in the world of flooring is Neo Terrazzo. This innovative tile employs aggregate to create designs within a concrete base tile. The aggregate is comprised of local North Carolina sands and stones and includes a recycled glass option as well as a stunning mother of pearl option. The available patterns are complex and active. The aggregate in these Neo Terrazzo tiles contain between 6% and 11% of pre-consumer recycled content. 80% of the materials -- > MORE the concrete base and decorative sand, stone and glass -- are extracted within 500 miles of the manufacturing center of Durham, NC. Because of its concrete base, the Neo Terrazzo tiles enhance radiant heat performance and their durability make them an ideal choice for areas with interior moisture loads.^ LESS

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Model: Neo Terrazzo

General Style: Contemporary

Type: Field

Application: (Also available in Wall, Floor)

Material: Recycled Glass, Concrete

Color / Finish: Gray, Beige

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