Interface Adds New Dimension to Employ Collection

Global modular flooring manufacturer, Interface, has today launched two new ranges, Employ Dimensions, an extension of its Employ Collection, and Works, to offer customers more design possibilities with a broader mix of price points.


Employ Dimensions

Employ Dimensions is the third product in the popular Employ Collection, which already includes Employ Loop and Employ Lines. By adding a new dimension to the Skinny Planks™ collection, together the three products now make it even easier to play with colour and pattern to create stylish designs in any type of space.

Employ Dimensions is available in Interface’s Skinny Planks™ format and has a palette of ten colourways, ranging from neutrals to brights.

Installed in ashlar, Employ Dimensions achieves a more monolithic appearance, while using a herringbone pattern creates a sophisticated look with movement, adding an organic touch, even with a linear design.

The new product has been designed to easily mix and match with the existing Employ collection to create cost-effective, aesthetically pleasing flooring. Employ Loop and Lines, are available in 24 and eight versatile colours respectively.


Works Collection

Like Employ, the Works Collection has been created to help meet demanding budgets – yet achieve beautiful and functional floor designs. The collection comprises four designs: Works Flow, Works Geometry, Works Hype and Works Dash.

Available in twelve colourways, Works Flow has an on trend, soft organic pattern with natural variation that brings to mind a marble floor, perfect for a nature-inspired project. Works Geometry provides nine colourways and a bolder, more distinct geometric design that can be dialled up or down through installation method or colour combinations.

Works Hype and Works Dash both have a dark or mid grey base, with a splash of colour used as an accent in each tile. Works Hype has a stringent linear design, while Works Dash has a more stippled pattern and appearance. Both come to life over a larger surface and the use of the accent colour in each tile makes them easy to integrate in an overall colour scheme, including with fabrics and furniture.

Each style in the Works Collection has its own personality, but the shared colour components can help bring a space with multiple zones or activity areas together.

Mandy Leeming, Design and Development Manager for Interface EMEA, commented on the versatility of both collections: “Our flexible modular system makes it easy to combine both Employ and Works with ranges from across the Interface portfolio, including our Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT), to create interesting flooring designs that accommodate a variety of budgets.”

Both the Employ and Works collections are available through Interface’s QuickShip offering, which provides more than 500 different colours for immediate shipment. To support this, the Interface Concept Design team has created a variety of combinations, to give inspiration for floor designs that are easy to apply for projects with a quick turn-around and range of budgets.

For more information on Employ Dimensions, Works and QuickShip visit: http://www.interface.com/EU/en-GB/collections/employ

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About Interface

Interface, Inc. is the world's largest manufacturer of modular carpet, and has recently expanded into modular resilient flooring with a new luxury vinyl tile line. Our hard and soft tiles are designed to work together in an integrated flooring system. We are committed to sustainability and minimizing our impact on the environment while enhancing shareholder value. Our Climate Take Back™ mission focuses on driving positive impacts in the world to create a climate fit for life.

Recently, Interface was named third on GlobeScan and SustainAbility’s 20th Annual Sustainability Leaders Survey. Interface is the only company to earn a place on the list every year since its inception in 1997. For additional information: interface.com and blog.interface.com. Follow Interface on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Vimeo.