‘The inspiration for this collection came to me while standing on the street in London when I noticed the anti-slip surface on the sidewalk. The diversity and randomness of the repeating squares within the pattern lend themselves well to flooring design, especially carpet tile, and became the basis of the entire collection,’ explains David. ‘To round out the collection, we shifted our focus to New York City with the beautiful, iridescent colours found in glass vault lights as well as the distressed metal plates peppered throughout the city’s streets and sidewalks.’
The playful carpet collection uses fresh textures and patterns to encourage a new perspective on urban exploration. Wheler Street, Old Street, Dover Street and Reade Street interpret familiar urban textures, such as asphalt, worn metal, and distressed pavement, in a variety of scales. Mercer Street embraces an unconventional grid pattern that Broome Street punches up with contemporary colour.
As part of Interface’s flooring system, architects, designers and other specifiers can easily and efficiently pair the collection’s 50cm x 50cm carpet tiles with Interface luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and nora® rubber flooring to achieve integrated flooring solutions.
This collection will be the first available with CQuest Bio, but the innovative backing is also being rolled out as standard on 11 of Interface’s collections – a total of 46 products.
Altogether, the collection brings new meaning to the phrase, ‘Take to the streets!’