Carpet tiles and International Style
Working with Modernism: Interface has re-energized a building by Mies van der Rohe in Krefeld.
Today, we are both more connected as a society and, ironically, increasingly less connected, shielded from each other and the natural world by our screens, our cars, our homes and the buildings in which we work. When we walk outside, our pathways reveal the importance of reconnection: where we choose to go, how we get there and the unexpected gathering places we find on our way. Invariably we are also drawn to areas of respite where nature is present, whether nurtured to grow or simply there by its own persistence.
Human Connections® literally provides the sensory and natural cues that we seek in our fast paced lives, supporting the idea that the most positive spaces offer variability and choice. Eight different styles fit together in unique ways that let you create paths, intersections, collision zones and destinations. Sett in Stone, Kerbstone, Paver and Flagstone are four textures that recall the well-worn streets of the city, while Moss and Moss in Stone connect seamlessly to Sett in Stone to introduce the greenery we crave, in a very organic way. The collection is completed by Rue and Stone Course. These highly patterned and colourful styles add a lively graffiti-like impact.
Create your path to +Positive spaces™ with Human Connections.
|Material||polymide / nylon (PA)|
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