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SOMETHING QUITE SURREAL ABOUT FREE PLAY CARPETS


Durkan’s new Free Play carpet collection recently made its debut at Boutique Design New York, with a remit to “inject energy into hospitality spaces through collaboration”. The new collection showcased an inspiring portfolio of co-ordinating patterns that pair together in delightfully unexpected ways. Free Play was developed using elements of the cadavre exquis


ARTISTS IN THE 1920S LOVED THE GAME. IT OPENED THEM UP TO NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT THEIR OWN WORK


(Exquisite Corpse) technique which was created by the Surrealist movement. This approach involved several artists collaborating on the same piece without knowing what had been added by the artist before them. It was intended to unlock the imagination and enable experimentation beyond their routine practices. “Cadavre exquis was actually a parlour game,” said Elizabeth Bonner, Durkan’s creative design director. “Artists in the 1920s loved this game of collaboration because it stimulated them and opened them up to new ways of looking at their own work. “As the experimental collaboration unfolded with Free Play, our design team was thrilled by the unexpected patterns that came from these exercises, knowing their creation originated from opening a door to unknown possibilities.” Free Play functions as a full system across Defi nity, Precision


Dye Injection (PDI) and Pattern Perfect platforms, as well as tufted broadloom, so every application has the option of coordinating well-designed, high quality solutions across a variety of diff erent fl ooring categories.


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HWZ International will unveil its new INDO premium decorative wall coverings, demonstrating its green credentials and commitment to recycling old wood. The specialist in innovative wooden surface fi nishes designed the collection to draw attention to the versatility and ecologically responsible ways in which such a natural product can be used. All the designs were crafted by hand in fi nely tuned


production processes, with the intention of making every panel authentic and unique. The team gives full credit to the source of its inspiration – describing wood as a “gift from nature” that it has reclaimed and embellished to lend a meaningful new lease of life. On its Linkedin profi le, it even writes of having


“a


product at our disposal in harmony with nature”: be it in the dining, living or bedroom... whether only part of the wall or fl oor to ceiling, it embellishes “for the sake of the enviroinment”.


| hwzinternational.com


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