The Drawn Lines and Visual Code collections by Interface will be presented at Orgatec (hall 9.1, sand C050), for the first time in Europe since its launch at Neocon in Chicago.
Interface also participates in the collective exhibition “Work to Go”, a concept stand (hall 10.1, stand E010 / F011) focused on the workplace visions from the point of view of younger generations.
Following its more than 20-year commitment to sustainability, Interface announces that all products – both LVT and carpet tile- will now be third-party verified as carbon neutral across the entire lifecycle of the product under the Carbon Neutral Floors™ program.
A holistic approach to carbon neutrality, looking beyond carbon emissions from manufacturing to consider and calculate emissions across the entire product lifecycle. This begins with raw materials and continues through manufacturing, transportation, maintenance and ultimately end-of-life product take back and recycling through ReEntry™ and other disposal methods.
Visual Code, designed by David Oakey.
Visual Code marries the worlds of high-tech and high-touch. This carpet flooring collection pulls inspiration from images of glitch graphics and simple textures, which recall traditional woven fabrics and rugs, and is accentuated by a palette comprised of grays and pops of bright, bold colors.
Drawn Lines, design by Kari Pei.
Drawn Lines is the latest global LVT product from Interface and offers a distinct pattern inspired by fractals found in nature. The collection uses nature’s geometric patterns as a muse to guide layered filament-fine marks in varying weights and rhythms to create a prismatic geometry in an array of scales.