Visions of Flowers. To Elaborate on a Story
Visions of Flowers is a product within the ‘Visions of…’ series. Visions of Flowers offers a pronounced floral pattern which is incorporated in the carpet tile design. When viewing the product across a larger area, it almost looks like a hard surface due to the flat nature of its structure.
Visions of Lines. Linear Elements in Architectural Design
Visions of Lines is a product within the ‘Visions of…’ series. Visions of Lines draws its inspiration from linear elements in monumental architectural design. It creates an almost abstruse play with material, dimension, and structure within ordered architectural patterns.
Visions of Shards. A Surprisingly Abstract Pattern
Visions of Shards is a product within the ‘Visions of…’ series. A surprisingly abstract pattern is what gives Visions of Shards its distinctive look. The construction of the product allows for an ever changing visual experience.
Wilton Enigma. Classical with a Contemporary Look
Wilton Enigma combines the classically elegant Wilton design with a refreshingly contemporary look. The rhythmic pattern of dots, lines and blocks draws its inspiration from the small, all-over patterns used in fashion.
Dash. An Exciting Sense of Movement
Dash is a carpet tile with a playful combination of geometric blocks and lines, which creates a commanding visual effect. This pattern adds an exciting sense of movement to a room and gives the space its own identity.
Grids. Subtle Structure to Modern Spaces
Large-scale, monumental patterns add subtle structure to large modern spaces. Grids is a carpet tile product which uses pattern to create a rhythmic, dynamic installation. The colour range consists of 16 tonal shades in a refined combination of matt and lustrous yarns.
Mosaic. Stained Glass translated into Flooring Design
Mosaic takes its inspiration from stained glass which is translated into a delicate flooring design where the surface is manipulated on different levels to create a three-dimensional look. Mosaic is a carpet tile, available in 16 colours; ranging from neutral shades to more expressive colours.
Hint. Interesting Layers
Hint has the ability to dose colour effectively, a bright blue for example is often too overwhelming on a floor. Hint gives colour subtlety, it does not appear obtrusive. Viewed from a distance, you only experience the uniform base colour. Seen in close up, however, the colour seems to light up beneath you. That’s the idea.
Flow. Back to Nature
This product reflects the current design trend of going back to nature. We wanted to create something with a natural feel and flowing lines. Like the deeply etched ground of a riverbed, for example. We were inspired by nature.
Halo. Colour as an Accent
Halo is the tile version of Hint. The architects loved the design in broadloom so much that we thought: why not try to make it in a carpet tile too? The significant difference is the regularity in the design: it’s impossible to retain that in the tile because it causes problems with the alignment of tiles. So we consciously incorporated irregularity into the line effect.
Twist. Luxury for Commercial Areas
Twist is one of the richest carpets in our collection. It incorporates a huge amount of yarn. This product evolved from the need to create a sense of luxury in offices. At the same time, people also wanted offices to feel more homely. With the two tonal colours incorporated within the carpet, Twist distinguishes itself from its rivals.
Sand and Sand Stripe. A perfectly streamlined floor
Our yarn supplier showed us a new type of yarn. The great thing about it is that it is very thin. Our challenge was to use it to create a carpet with a new and contemporary look. We wanted to offer a multipurpose product which the architect can play with; for example by combining it with furniture and the adjacent walls.