Interface, the world’s largest modular flooring producer and world leader in sustainable flooring, has developed a new carpet tile backing with “the lowest carbon footprint ever”. The new CQuest™Bio backing
The flexibility of carpet tiles and planks allows designers to experiment with different spatial options – a capacity which is most important in the Covid-19 office environment. Tiles and planks
As offices slowly reopen and designers face increasing requests for new developments or modified flooring, KBAC Flooring is especially fielding increasing demand for three popular and flexible Interface carpet tiles
The acquisition of Europe’s popular Nora flooring by Interface – the world’s largest modular flooring producer – has brought the acclaimed high-quality rubber flooring to South Africa. KBAC Flooring, local
Flooring by Ege Carpets, distributed in South Africa by KBAC Flooring, played a key role in the interior design of a new Polish building that reflects contemporary post-Covid-19 office space.
In an overseas survey of what people missed most by not going to work in their office blocks, a common response was: people. This is why many futurists, while acknowledging
Interface, the world’s leading modular flooring producer and global leader in sustainability, has announced that its luxury vinyl tile (LVT) products are now made with an exceptionally high 39% recycled
Carpet flooring adds several significant benefits to the indoor climate, plus important safety aspects, acoustic benefits and increased energy efficiency. Carpets are particularly welcome in winter. With the Covid-19 lockdown