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Interface unveils refresh of Heuga 727 range

INTERFACE, which describes itself as a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, has unveiled a refresh of its Heuga 727 product. This mainstay collection has been one of the company’s most popular ranges since its launch in 2010.

The refreshed collection features 48 colours ranging from soft greys and warm neutrals to lush blues and greens, and vivid reds and oranges. ‘The rich variety of tones ensures interior designers and fit-out companies can find flooring to suit their space, as a single block colour or by combining multiple options,’ says the company.

It continues: ‘Heuga 727 is also compatible with other Interface carpet tiles, LVT, and nora rubber flooring, enabling maximum creativity in flooring design. The tiles use CQuest Bio backing – a non-vinyl, non-bitumen backing made with a bio-composite, containing bio-based and recycled fillers which are net carbon negative.’

Mandy Leeming, design director EAAA from Interface, said: ‘Heuga 727 has been enduringly popular for 11 years thanks to its high quality, excellent durability, and value-for-money price point, so we’ve refreshed the colours available to reflect changing and emerging trends. The new palette features 48 colours ranging from soft greys and neutrals to intense primary tones. There really is something to suit every mood board and design theme.

‘As with all Interface carpet tiles, Heuga 727 is carbon neutral across its full product lifecycle and verified through our Carbon Neutral Floors programme – part of our ongoing commitment to reduce our carbon impact, restore the planet, and reverse global warming.’

Interface concludes: ‘Over the past 11 years, Heuga 727 has been a firm favourite of fitout companies and interior designers, appearing in offices, education facilities, and other workspaces across the country.’

To learn more about Interface’s efforts to reduce its own carbon footprint and that of the built environment visit

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