Since its launch at Architect@Work 2019, Socrete has been a game changer in mineral resin floors. This surprising floor combines old charms with the most modern technology. Do you want a lived-in look, with natural nuances and a traditional look and feel? It doesn't have to be that modern in your project?
Tadelakt, stucco, béton ciré and microcement are all denominators for floors that are applied with the spatula. Stucco floors bring a historic character and a tactile touch to any interior.
If you are looking for a floor with a limited height and the nuanced look of polished concrete, Socrete is the way to go.
However, these types of floors are often experienced as not as scratch-resistant or stain-resistant. Up until now.
Socrete is the mineral resin-bonded floor from Liquidfloors. She combines an authentic look with unprecedented durability and ease of maintenance.
Socrete: much more than a floor
Socrete is not only a more refined or user-friendly alternative to a poly-concrete floor. Thanks to the applicability to floors, furniture and walls, your bathroom or kitchen can even be fully installed in Socrete. Unify textures and structures harmoniously throughout your interior. Are you dreaming of a kitchen with a concrete-look countertop or a splash wall that blends perfectly with your floor, or rather a bathroom consisting of warm tones on walls, shower walls and furniture? With Socrete you really make a exquisite choice.
HIS MASTER'S HAND
The Socrete installation techniques are based on ancient knowledge. The application of this modern product has its origins in the past, where this type of craftwork was used in traditional hammams and Turkish bath houses. Beautiful shades, soft nuances and his master’s hand give these floors their distinctive look. Every Socrete is therefore unique.
Demand the best
Socrete meets the needs of the most demanding customers and architects. The main characteristics of this floor system are: