NeoCon 2016 Product Recap: Flooring
1. Hospitality designer D.B. Kim’s Crystal captures the essence of light reflecting off and penetrating through its namesake for Tandus Centiva.
2. With Glow, K & Co founder Krista Ninivaggi brings her interior design sensibility to an elongated ombré tile with customizable color palettes for Tandus Centiva.
3. In Riot, conceived by Georgianna Stout, founding partner and creative director of graphics titan 2×4, a confetti of pixilations blossoms into a baroque bouquet for Tandus Centiva.
4. Suzanne Tick’s scans of Mylar balloons collected from beaches sparked Trans-Materia, a high-concept nod to blurred gender lines for Tandus Centiva.
5. Three years after Hexagon, the runaway hit that proved there’s more to modular carpet than quadrilaterals, the portfolio broadens with Configure for Shaw Contract Group.
6. Freeform plaids distinguish WW895 for Interface.
7. Nubby bouclé is replicated in WW880 for Interface.
8. The patterns coordinate with square tiles from Flor—including the classic houndstooth of Collins Cottage—marking the first time the sister brands have joined forces for Interface.
9. Patricia Urquiola developed six rug collections with Spanish textile specialist Gan that are exclusive to the Haworth Collection roster of curated brands.
10. Bentley tells the story of urban edge with its (Los)t Angeles line of carpet tile.
11. Orca by Milliken.
12. Floormations entrance flooring dazzles the eye while thwarting tracked-in dirt for Construction Specialities.
13. Another winner is the resilient Admix, a stand-in for terrazzo that’s suited to heavy traffic areas such as health-care facilities—it even qualifies as a safety floor for Patcraft.