Interface is meeting the climate change challenge head-on. Taking its cue from nature, the global commercial flooring company is working with carbon, using it as a building block to engineer products. This approach has led to the creation of carpeting that is not only beautiful for floors, but beautiful for the environment as well. Look for the [-CO2] designation in the image captions for carbon negative products.
A prime example is the brand’s new carpet tile collection, Embodied Beauty, which was developed to help restore the health of the planet and lower the carbon footprint of built spaces with style.
Embodied Beauty features a range of seven sophisticated designs, including the first-ever carbon negative products in three unique styles: Shishu Stitch, Tokyo Texture and Zen Stitch.
Inspired by the Japanese aesthetics of minimalism, restoration and the organic beauty of the natural world, the collection lives up to its name by showing that the pursuits of eye-catching design and sustainability can be inseparable.
From monochromatic linear patterns to large-scale graphically tufted textures, the comprehensive series is rendered in a palette of calm, soothing colourways with warm and cool undertones, alongside nature-inspired tones for added dimension and versatility – all while lowering the carbon footprint of commercial projects.
Thoughtfully designed, the Embodied Beauty collection allows designers to create customized and one-of-a-kind interiors while helping to restore the health of the planet by reducing carbon emissions into the atmosphere. All without compromising stunning commercial flooring applications.