Having set the pace for the development of modular carpet tiling in the 1970s, Interface has spent the following decades improving on design, shaping how carpet tiling can work in design, and using materials and processes that take less from the environment. Twenty-two years ago the company declared its MissionZero initiative, a promise to eliminate any negative impact the company may have on the environment by the year 2020. The last couple of decades have seen Interface, with help from many creative collaborators across the globe, cut their carbon footprint in half – with the 2020 goal in sight.
Interface and Indesign Media have collaborated many times throughout the years, with the brand recently having exhibited at Melbourne Indesign 2016, and we were pleased to team up with them once again for Contemporary Wine In Design.
Interface isn’t just an environmentally sustainable range though; the brand’s ranges are known worldwide for their inspired aesthetic design. Take the recent World Woven range, which was inspired by some of the world’s most beloved textiles, designed to bring a distinctive, handcrafted feel to a broad spectrum of interior projects.
From Scottish tweed to Saori hand weaving, the World Woven collection reflects the truly global presence Interface has in the 21st century. The nine styles in the collection weave together to pay homage to some of history’s most enduring designs; these are uncomplicated, elegant patterns that keep us warm and lift our spirits.
Again, we thank Interface for their partnership support throughout the inaugural Contemporary Wine Indesign, and look forward to many more years of celebrated collaboration.