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Riffing on familiar details found in two of the world’s most iconic cities – New York and London – designer David Oakey’s carbon-neutral carpeting collection introduces urban-inspired patterns and palettes to commercial and contract settings. 

Subway grates, anti-slip sidewalk pavers, glass vault lights and distressed metals are interpreted in six patterns and eight coordinating colourways, which can be used independently or combined to create distinct zones and wayfinding. 

While Wheler Street, Old Street, Dover Street and Reade Street reference urban textures like asphalt, worn metal and distressed pavement (in a variety of scales), Mercer Street has an unconventional grid pattern and Broome Street brings in a dose of contemporary colour; all of the nylon carpet tiles are 50 x 50 cm. 

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