Interface offers a motif of connection with their Rising Signs line of carpet tiles, coming soon to NeoCon 2021.

Rising Signs Carpet Tiles Proportional style of angular lines in white/gray in kitchen area of office with manleaning against countertop
Proportional by Interface

Comprised of eight styles, Rising Signs uses a design palette of geometric shapes, referencing both urban forms and those found in nature, as well as the way these interact—like a weathered stone staircase entering a garden.

Rising Signs Carpet Tiles Play the Angle straight and angled lines in blue/green and gray with in atrium with woman leaning against half wall
Interface Play the Angle Carpet Tiles

Play the Angle (above) and Upward Bound (below) layer lines and different color gradients to evoke inorganic architecture, “the fire escapes and majestic tension bridges that connect us to one another and to the airy outdoors.”

Rising Signs Carpet Tiles Upward Bound light and dark trapezoids and triangles with small circles throughout in atrium
Upward Bound by Interface

The play of light and dark, straight and angular extends into the biophilic offerings. Up at Dawn, for instance, incorporates subtle variants of similar colors to create a mottled effect, in this case evoking the emergence of first light and the way it subtly transforms into day.

Rising Signs Carpet Tiles Up at Dawn in blue and black in office with cubicles and woman working
Up At Dawn

Rising Signs follows Interface’s commitment to sustainable production and healthy materials: it’s third-party verified for carbon neutrality across its full life cycle. All styles are made with 100% recycled nylon and are fully recyclable through Interface’s Re-entry program.

Rising Signs Carpet Tiles Karmic Relief bar graph type shapes in different colors against a neutral background
Karmic Relief Carpet Tiles

The different Rising Signs carpet tiles are designed to work together for interesting interplays and surprising juxtapositions. They may be paired with Interface luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and nora rubber flooring. To find out more, see Interface. And be sure to visit their booth at NeoCon.

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