Linoleum meets real metal metallic, retro and vintage looks

Armstrong has created a fascinating and unique architects' collection. What makes this addition to the market so completely original is the combination of traditional DLW linoleum with real metal granulate, which generates a range of light reflections that give the flooring a shimmering elegance.

Lino Art Bronce interprets brass and bronze to produce a fascinating visual transformation. The minute bronze-colored pigments are spread across the three brown base tones like an age-old, shimmering sheen and give the new DLW linoleum its unique appearance, resembling flooring that has aged with dignity.


Lino Art Alumino

Fine aluminum granulate gives Lino Art Alumino its characteristically silky, lustrous sheen. Against a plain, light gray or a darker, two-colored gray background, this generates elegant shimmering effects that change when viewed from different perspectives. Lino Art Firmament is reminiscent of a clear and starry night. Larger genuine aluminum flakes reflect the light in a way that is vibrant and more intensive than Art Alumino, and create a jet black linoleum that evokes a star-filled sky.

Lino Art Linea

Lino Art Linea is characterized by its low-contrasting stripe design in the retro look. All three versions have a subtly washed-out look, with varying gray and brown shades, in warm and cool color tones. The six colors of Lino Art Star are designed to perfectly match these shades. This chip structure combines a plain background with contrasting, irregularly-formed color flakes.

Lino Art Bronce interprets brass and bronze to produce a fascinating visual transformation. The minute bronze-colored pigments are spread across the three brown base tones like an age-old, shimmering sheen and give the new DLW linoleum its unique appearance, resembling flooring that has aged with dignity.

Lino Art Bronce

However, it is not just the six colors of Lino Art Linea and Lino Art Star that are made to match. Together with the three tones of Lino Art Bronce and the gray-black effects of Lino Art Alumino and Firmament, this produces a color system with a total of 18 positions, nine of which are in the brown range, and nine of which are in shades of gray. This means that the structures of the Lino Art collection can be harmoniously combined with each other. They perfectly match traditional DLW Linoleum Uni Walton in gray and black, along with the brown tones of DLW Nadelvlies Strong, to create comprehensive floor solutions for buildings.

Lino Art Star

DLW linoleum is highly valued as a classic flooring thanks to its timeless beauty, its practical performance characteristics – it is durable and easy to clean – and because it is environmentally friendly. DLW linoleum consists almost entirely of organic and mineral raw materials (98 percent), and 80 percent of these are renewable. Thanks to these characteristics, DLW linoleum has been awarded prestigious eco-labels, including the Blue Angel, the Swan label and the Austrian Environmental Certificate. LPX Finish, which Armstrong applies to the entire Lino Art collection, guarantees easy cleaning and maintenance throughout the entire lifecycle.