SURTECO design expertise
We design tomorrow

What solutions will people need tomorrow? How will we live in the future? We are always curious and look everywhere for new ideas. The result is truly unique decors. We combine sophisticated design with cutting-edge technology, always in close dialogue with you, our customers. As a result, we design innovative solutions that cause excitement at first sight. And second. And third.

SURTECO Design Stories
Trends become design

How do trends actually begin? What do changes in society have to do with the developments from SURTECO? We track current changes and trace interesting developments. Read what will be relevant tomorrow, today: in the SURTECO Design Stories.

New design ideas
Inspiration for a new beginning

Are you looking for new designs? Do you need inspiration for your own work? Peruse our galleries and find your inspiration amongst our latest decors, edge ideas and surface technologies.

Our award-winning design

We have the utmost confidence in our expertise as well as the quality of our designs. But we gain even more confidence when others express the same sentiment by presenting us with awards. Below are some of the many awards presented to Surteco GmbH in Germany.


Fresh from the Design-Lab:
The decor of the month October

Winnipeg Oak


fine pore pattern, full flowers, small branches, elegant


Floor allover

About the decor Winnipeg Oak

Winnipeg Oak is a classic oak with an elegant appearance. The fine pore pattern, small, beautifully arranged branches, full flowers and an attractive interplay of colours make it an elegant focal point. This design is named after Winnipeg, the capital of the Canadian province Manitoba. Winnipeg is home to several museums, including the Seven Oaks House Museum. Built in 1853 by merchant John Inkster, it is said to be the oldest habitable house in Manitoba.