Flooring: Thread Count
These new carpet and rug collections explore the fascinating interplay of pattern and material on our perceptions of space.
Automata Collection | Mannington Commercial
Inspired by Cellular Automata, originally developed in the 1940s by mathematicians and scientists, this new collection conveys complex patterns well-suited for office, education and commercial spaces. The four styles of CoDi, Cryptogram, Rule 30 and Seeds (shown) come in an 18″ x 36″ format and feature Infinity 2 Modular backing.
Organic Interruption | Patcraft
Their newest modular flooring collection is inspired by the natural interaction between organic elements and man-made structures, with linear patterns disrupted by organic textures. 12 vibrant and colourful accents are incorporated within six neutral bases, designed with an eye specifically towards education environments.
Color Core | Bentley
Contrasting yet complementary yarn components give this new collection a dynamic dimension that can still easily morph and blend with other products. This is created using a unique fiber twist process that provides the ability to create an all loop product with the illusion of a slight tip-shear. The result is a complex visual conveniently delivered in a single yarn.
Campus | Shaw Contract
This Cradle-to-Cradle certified carpet tile collection is inspired by the teachings of Bauhaus. Rooted in patterns and tones from calm neutrals to corresponding multi-coloured brights that work across multi-use spaces, the No Rules carpet tiles meet the cycles of activity at the heart of any corporate or educational campus.
Guest Rooms | Interface
This new collection is designed for the Hospitality market and was created based on how texture, pattern and colour impact a person’s experience in a space. Available in 19 patterns in square and plank styles and grouped in four natural shades, they can be installed in a variety of ways: wall-to-wall, in combination with other collection styles, or as an inset area rug.
All the Way | Ligne Roset
Designed by Susana Godinho, each rug suitable for indoor and outdoor use is hand-woven and combines the origins of Portuguese traditional weaving techniques with recyclable cork, natural linen, and upcycled cotton jersey from clothing offcuts.
Diagnol | Coalesse
Part of the new Nanimarquina Collection, this outdoor, hand-loomed flat-weave dhurrie rug is constructed of 100 per cent recycled PET. A classic twill weave is enlarged into a diagonal-textured pattern with wide borders coloured in coordinating shades for bolder visual interest.
Volentieri | Magis
The company’s first foray into flooring is a rug series designed by Inga Sempé inspired by two architectural details: Cornice and Finestra paned windows (the Italian word for ‘window’). The two styles combine shiny viscose and matte linen to achieve the textured look and feel, and are available in a range of colours.