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SURFACES PRODUCTS 113


SAVIOLA


Trend-À-Porter UK Collection is the collective name given to 26 original designs from Italian board producer Gruppo Saviola. Now available in the UK from stock, the mixture of abstract and woodgrain decors uses the latest technologies to create realistic surfaces combined with amazing haptic textures. Its boards are the ideal balance between design and sustainability, each decor and texture are the outcomes of a research that interprets trends to develop a new original. Saviola is also the first company to establish a 100%-recycled particleboard, and to truly embrace the philosophy of sustainability and circular economy. Its production process is based on the recovery and reuse of secondary raw materials so no trees are used. bb@bbgm.me.uk | saviola.com/eng


PARKSIDE


‘An introduction to tiling patterns’, is a RIBA- accredited CPD presentation by Parkside that introduces tiling patterns through the world of tessellations, looking at symmetry, repeat patterns and a handful of mathematical terms and rules. Now available virtually, it gives an understanding of the etymology, terminology and types of tessellation, regular, semi-regular or irregular; explores how these founding principles translate into tiling patterns; and ruminates on the impact of tiling patterns on interiors, as well as the creative possibilities of designers making unique patterns themselves. More information can be found on the website. parkside.co.uk


MODULYSS


For modulyss, the long-running use of ECONYL yarn saw it achieve the milestone of its first Cradle to Cradle Certified Gold carpet tile in Grind, which was also the first to feature the company’s ecoBack, a PVC and bitumen-free backing made with 75% recycled content. In early 2021, modulyss now has 28 Cradle to Cradle Certified Gold carpet tiles. Along with its Limit Your Footprint programme, featuring the CO2


RE carbon off set


initiative that supports global climate projects, which can be used to make carpet tiles carbon neutral, Cradle to Cradle Certified options demonstrate the company’s commitment to creating more sustainable products. modulyss.com


MILLIKEN


Milliken’s latest carpet tile collection, Wireframe, has been designed to encourage experimentation and individuality. It was also created with ease of use in mind – both aesthetically and economically – at an accessible price. There are countless ways Wireframe can be used, including to eff ortlessly transition from one colour to the next organically, with no hard lines. Wireframe is precise yet simple, with a clean fractured matrix design, and is made using Milliken’s patented Millitron digital printing technology. millikencarpet.com


RAWSON CARPET SOLUTIONS UK manufacturer Rawson has released a new solution-dyed carpet tile and plank range called Riven. Riven is a personalised and flowing design that takes its observers to nature’s aesthetic with stone, graphite and slate tones and authentic texture from the 2ply invista yarn. Colours of Moss and Brook can add to natures that feel and provide a truly unique of ice space. Matching yarns in Rawson’s Jazz range provide clients with endless design possibilities, and recently Rawson has been exploring the multitude of layouts possible with this range to truly complement a space. Like pavestone, subtle wrapping of tiles with more textured plank to off er an exquisite finish. rawsoncarpetsolutions.co.uk


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