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Clerkenwell’s House of Detention will become the focus for collaboration between rising textile designer, Eleanor Ross and INVISTA’s Antron® carpet fibre with a human scale art installation during Clerkenwell Design Week.


Taking Eleanor’s signature geometric style, the installation will explode the layers and intricacies that go into pattern creation and carpets made with Antron®


carpet fibre.


Lending Eleanor the space to let her creativity run wild, Antron®


carpet fibre


will also present the Carpet & Space concept that considers how humans have forged a relationship with carpet and how it influences modern living and working,.


“Carpet is surprisingly complex once you start to unravel the various aspects of its manufacture and I wanted to present this in a fashion not seen before,” commented


Eleanor Ross. “Just like carpet, pattern too is made up of layers, of constituent parts, and so I chose to explore the similarities between the two, revealing the beauty and tactility of Antron® carpet fibre that brings carpets to new levels of detail and performance.”


Clerkenwell Design Week will take place many venues around Clerkenwell on the 22nd – 24th of this month.


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www.bpf.co.uk www.ncca.co.uk www.british-shops.co.uk INTERFACEFLOR OPEN THEIR DOORS


InterfaceFLOR has launched the Awarehouse – a stunning new state- of-the-art brand experience and learning centre for customers and partners in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.


Dutch architects, Claessens Erdmann, collaborated with InterfaceFLOR VP of Branding Michele Iacovitti to design an innovative, multi- functional space with


a variety of areas and zones; these include office space, a sustainability corner, product and brand experience areas, a gallery where new products and the work of emerging artists can be displayed, meeting rooms, as well as a hi- tech hospitality suite, complete with video wall and theater, which can host up to 400 visitors.


Recycled and sustainable materials


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have been used exclusively in the build and design of the Awarehouse, right down to the building itself, which was previously a factory. Every effort has been made to retain as much of the old factory as possible and the architects have reused whatever they could from the demolished building and recycled the rest to eliminate waste.


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