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Strong, oversized carpet tiles that offer vibrancy and individuality to enhance wellbeing, encourage interaction and collaboration, Interface’s new Resimercial collection can be used as rugs, in breakout spaces or anywhere requiring a more distinctive feel.
The Resimercial collection is part of the Interface Carbon Neutral Floors™ programme, making all the tiles within it carbon neutral across their full product lifecycle. The tiles use CQuest™Bio backing – a non-vinyl, non-bitumen backing made with a bio-composite, containing bio-based and recycled fillers. The materials are also net carbon negative.
“This collection is inspired by the desire to celebrate unique and diverse spaces” said Mandy Leeming, Design Director, EAAA. “Our team of designers explored culture and heritage, intertwined with texture and colour to build a collection representative of today’s customer. The customisable flooring portfolio allows the flexibility, or uniformity needed from designers to craft the right space for their client.”
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The collection introduces new contemporary wood and stone designs, including herringbone and a unique chevron effect.
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