Companies are invited to join Interface it as it is committed to running the business in a way that is restorative to the planet and creates a climate fit for life
Interface is a global commercial flooring company with an integrated collection of carpet tiles and resilient flooring. The company’s modular system helps customers create beautiful interior spaces which positively impact the people who use them and our planet.
It’s mission, Climate Take Back, invites other companies to join it as it is committed to running the business in a way that is restorative to the planet and creates a climate fit for life.
Unlimited Swank – Planks!
Interface’s 25cm x 1m Skinny Planks bring new proportion and scale to carpet tile, giving you new power to create fresh, exciting floor designs.
A more expressive visual vocabulary
The Skinny Planks scale and directionality gives you an expanded range of design options. Create floors that better reflect the geometry and flow of surrounding space. Use contrasting Skinny Planks to create large-scale tile patterns, provide wayfinding cues, or work and activity zones. And this is just the beginning!
In a Blue State of Mind – Net Effect
You would be hard pressed to find a perfectly straight line in nature – certainly not in the undulating raw power of our oceans and seas. Designed as a tribute, Net Effect is a carpet tile collection that honors the ocean not only in its aesthetic references but also in a unique and tangible way through a project called Net-Works.
The Human Side of Nature
That vital, mysterious link between the nature we observe and this same nature within ourselves is the inspiration behind Interface’s Human Nature Collection—a range of Skinny Planks carpet tiles that remind us of the materials, textures and tones we find in the natural world.
The Human Nature Collection is made of up to 81 per cent total recycled content, including 100 per cent recycled content nylon face fiber and the highest post-consumer recycled content backing. At the same time, these products can be recycled via Interface’s ReEntry recycling process.