New collection includes 21 new flooring options and six new colors
Flooring manufacturer Interface today launches its first collection of modular carpet, nora® rubber flooring and LVT specifically designed for hospitality spaces. “An inspiring space makes people want to stay longer, it improves the employee work experience and the carbon-neutral collection helps with environmental goals. We know from experience that the right flooring design contributes to how guests will feel when they spend time in those places,” said Ivan Sunde, Hospitality Business Development Director at Interface.
The Hospitality Collection
The collection features 21 new, modular designs that seamlessly complement three LVT collections in the current collection (Iridescence, Level Set® and Look Both Ways®). The designs offer new design possibilities for spaces meant for relaxing, working or dining. For kitchens and stairwells, the rubber floor coverings norament® 926, noraplan® line and noraplan® unita, in addition to LVT and carpet tiles, are low-maintenance solutions that fit into virtually any space.
“This collection is inspired by the desire to celebrate unique and diverse spaces,” says Mandy Leeming, Design Director at Interface. “Our team of designers explored culture and heritage and combined that with texture and color to create a collection that is representative of today’s customer. The adaptive flooring portfolio offers the flexibility and uniformity designers need to create the right space for their client.”
The Hospitality collection offers six inspiring color groups:
– Serene and Pure are neutral palettes;
– Allure contains richer shades;
– Earth with nature-inspired colors;
– Opulence and Vibrance are brighter, more adventurous colors.
The carpet tiles, LVT and nora® rubber are 100% CO2 neutral. Click here to learn more about Carbon Neutral Floors™.
Interface provides flooring solutions to offices, hospitals, schools, and now hospitality spaces, among others. Interface celebrated the company’s Mission Zero successes in 2019, including reducing the carbon footprint of its carpet tiles by an average of 76%. Interface then launched the Climate Take Back mission with the goal of becoming a carbon-negative company by 2040. Visit Interface’s website to learn more about its Hospitality collection, carbon-negative products and the company’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and that of the built environment.
Interface Inc. is an international flooring manufacturer specializing in carbon-neutral carpet tiles and resilient flooring, including luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) and nora® rubber flooring. For more than 25 years, the company has had a mission to reduce the carbon footprint of its flooring products. All Interface floors are carbon neutral over their entire life cycle through the Carbon Neutral Flooring Program. The company’s ambition is to be a carbon-negative company by 2040. Interface helps customers create spaces that support well-being, productivity and creativity. The company’s Climate Take Back™ mission is about contributing to reversing global warming and restoring the planet. In the podcast series ‘Design with an eye for the climate’, presented by sustainability manager Janneke Leenaars, Interface provides inspiration and insight into how the built environment can contribute to achieving the Paris Agreement.