Bronx, NY, April 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Lewis Tsurumaki Lewis Architects designed the unique floor and wall installations of 12” wide glue-down cork tiles that were featured in Interior Design magazine. Cork flooring was selected for its durability, resilience and ease of maintenance.
Cork flooring has traditionally been installed in libraries and educational facilities as it reduces the transmission of sound. Cork has been installed in libraries and educational facilities ranging from the Law Libraries of University of Michigan and UCLA to The Library of Congress.
Globus Cork is a local Bronx, NY manufacturer of colored cork tiles for flooring. Our 100% cork tiles are made from cork bark which is a rapidly renewable material as well as the post- industrial waste from the cork wine stopper industry. Our unique product features are the wide variety of tile textures, shapes and sizes, as well as 38 colors. Any of our colors can be made in any of the tile shapes and sizes shown on our website (www.corkfloor.com