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Carpet tile that ‘tailored for today’s office spaces’

PART of the Pattern carpet tile collection from IVC Commercial, Tailored is described as a multi-level textured design that echoes the essence of a working pattern defined by self-control.

Modern office environments are now designed to be responsive to different needs and for these projects, Pattern is said to be the ideal carpet tile collection.

Its three designs reflect different approaches to working. The routine of those that excel in structured environments, the flexibility of people more suited to hybrid working and the freedom of unrestrained and roaming approach; it’s a collection that reportedly echoes the need to embrace all kinds of working personality.

Tailored is one of the three designs in Pattern.

Says IVC: ‘With a texture that’s adaptable and dynamic, Tailored is inspired by personalities with the agility to flex between task and collaboration and the ability to embrace freedom in their working patterns, while also staying within the boundaries. The design achieves a balance between organic and manmade structures, it’s semi-linear design conforming to norms while breaking away in random, nature-driven patterns.’

IVC Commercial Carpet Tiles says it’s developed a strong neutral palette for the entire Pattern collection and Tailored benefits from the same 16 duo-tone colourways as other designs, Balanced and Unchained.

The company continues: ‘Including taupe, blue and a wide range of greys, it’s a palette rooted in practical and purposeful colours that can be widely used and which complement many different interior finishes.’

Pattern carpet tiles are made with Thrive matter, said to be the world’s first carbon negative yarn. ‘Made with 90% recycled content, it also has the lightest production footprint of solution-dyed nylon.’

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