Originally published in Interiors & Sources

09/01/2008

Sources: Flooring

 

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A modular collection featuring bold geometrics and an interplay of colorful stripes, Mannington Commercial’s Cartography is influenced by Art Deco styling. The three patterns comprising this group are: Landmark, a design that’s reflective of the architectural forms of the period; Terrain, also featuring the curvaceous graphic signature; and Provenance, ribbons of color with endless opportunities for applications. Cartography is offered in a choice of 16 colorways in the Antron Lumena Premium 6,6 Nylon construction.  
 Amtico International has expanded its simple and stylish Spacia flooring collection with four new designs in growingly popular worn styles: Aged Hickory, Classic Hickory, Fired Slate, and Sienna Slate. The Spacia Collection upholds the Amtico tradition of industry leading design and style while also providing durability, resistance to dents and scratches, and easy maintenance. Adding new color to the existing Spacia Stones Collection, Fired Slate (featured) combines dark metallic colors with warm brown tones.
Designed for Tandus by Suzanne Tick, the Manufactured Landscapes Collection ushers into being a fresh, new dialog and system for modular carpet that transcends traditional thought as to what, how, where, and when to specify and apply carpet tile—today and in the future. Each installation is instinctively unique, custom, adaptive, one-of-a-kind, and specifically suited to a space and its furnishings. Added flexibility is achieved through the addition of a separate, but collaborative pair of patterned and textured coordinates—the Pin Stripe and Adobe styles—that will foster even greater latitude for expanding one’s options.

 

 

Resilient flooring becomes a canvas of soft, reflective colors with Monet’s Garden, a new product from Parterre’s HardCore Collection. Designed to mirror the qualities of light and movement found in Claude Monet paintings, Monet’s Garden seems to vary in shade and texture as it’s viewed from differing angles. It features complexities in color, with each variation relating to another in a diverse, yet integrated style. The result is a sophisticated simplicity.
Armstrong’s innovative BioBased Tile™, a new flooring made with patent-pending technology that reduces the use of fossil fuel, is winning praise from designers and architects for its game-changing combination of sustainability and affordability. MIGRATIONS™, the first product in the line, is made from limestone and a binder that uses its patent-pending polymer BioStride™, which is made from rapidly renewable ingredients. MIGRATIONS also uses 10 percent pre-consumer recycled material, diverting waste that would otherwise go to landfills.  

 

 

From Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, America’s most celebrated cities serve as the backdrop for Lees’ latest adventure in carpet design. Together with four U.S.-based HOK offices, the carpet manufacturer bridges aesthetic appeal and application to capture the country’s urban enigma in its first-ever printed and tufted modular collection. A road map of creative colorways and persuasive patterns, Places and Spaces promises to have contract interiors planning for a repeat trip. Designed to suit all spaces, the collection’s printed and tufted patterns provide customers with endless design possibilities to energize every installation.
Simple Elegance from The New Patcraft & Designweave offers three distinct geometric patterns and one classic texture that work together giving designers endless design options. The wide, bold stripes of Glamorous meander lengthwise through subtle undertones. Sensuous, a classic small-scale tip shear, engulfs the visual sense. A circle neatly deconstructed gives Exquisite (featured) a conformed chaos that aligns order with freedom. Handmade appeal meets ultimate design in the square patterning of Luxurious.

 

 

 Invision Carpet Systems introduces two new dynamic patterns: Hot Spots and Cool Bars. The two complementing designs are offered in both broadloom and modular and are made with Invista’s Antron® fiber. Rich in texture and in color, Hot Spots (featured) is a tip sheared loop that merges linear lines with circles of varying sizes to create an overall look that adds character and splendor to any room. The color line is a range of tonal neutrals in 13 sophisticated shades.
 

 
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