INTERFACE LAUNCHES ITS FIRST CARBON NEGATIVE CARPET TILES

Interface’s Embodied Beauty collection – the leading modular flooring producer’s first range of carbon negative carpet tiles – are now available from the company’s South African distributor, KBAC Flooring.  

EGE’S GRASS BRINGS GRANDEUR TO THREE SCANDINAVIAN HOTELS

Danish flooring producer, Ege’s ReForm – A New Wave collection that mimics the feel of nature with patterns of sand, grass dunes, and the ocean crashing on to the shore,

HEALTHY HOTELS WITH BIOPHILIC FLOORING LURE THE CROWDS

Research by leading global modular flooring producer, Interface, has shown that biophilic designs in hospitality flooring that bring nature indoors to hotel rooms – and also public areas – can

SUSTAINABLE RAISED FLOORING SYSTEM IN UNIQUE WATER HARVESTING APPLICATION

KBAC Flooring’s Raised Flooring division has supplied and installed a sustainable InstaCradle raised paving system at a new property development for M&T Development in Centurion. The innovative application of InstaCradle

NEW NEUTRAL WOVEN VINYL FLOORING EMERGES TO SUBTLY MIMIC NATURE

Leading Swedish woven nylon flooring producer, Bolon, has launched “Emerge”, a new solid base commercial collection in neutral colour shades, reminiscent of nature itself. The new range is woven with

COLOUR ‘REFRESHMENT” FOR STYLISH AND AFFORDABLE INTERFACE RANGE

Leading global modular flooring producer, Interface, whose products are exclusively distributed in South Africa by KBAC Flooring, has completed a “colour refreshment” for its popular economic Yuton patterned level loop

CUSTOM-MADE FLOORING ADDS ATMOSPHERE TO HISTORIC HOTEL

If the walls of Maison Albar Hotels Le Vendome in Paris could speak, some fascinating stories would come from this central Parisian landmark which dates back to the 1880s –

WARM MINERAL COLOUR FLOORING TO WELCOME OFFICE WORKERS BACK

Dolomite, a new exciting carpet tile collection inspired by warm mineral colours to remind office workers of the home offices they have left behind, has been launched by Interface. The