Interface Introduces Visual Code and Drawn Lines
Visual Code and Drawn Lines take inspiration from technology and nature. Whether displayed on their own or paired together, the products offer a colourful, engaging environment for a range of spaces such as corporate offices, hospitality and education.
Designed by David Oakey, product designer exclusive to Interface, Visual Code marries the worlds of high-tech and high-touch. The collection pulls inspiration from images of glitch graphics and simple textures, which recall traditional woven fabrics and rugs, and is accentuated by a palette comprised of greys and pops of bright, bold colors.
The global collection seamlessly pairs with a range of Interface offerings, such as the newly released LVT collection, Drawn Lines, for an integrated flooring system of hard and soft without the need for transition strips. It boldly sets a new course for design in corporate offices, education and multi-family living spaces by stylistically spanning hand-crafted materials and technological influence.
“In a world of AI, VR, robotics and smart everything, we are losing our ability to have truly organic and creative thinking. Visual Code brings engagement with the natural world and real, high-touch things back into our spaces,” says David.
The Visual Code modular carpet collection is available in 25cm x 1m Skinny Planks ranging from flat to plush and even a shag style.
The latest global LVT product from Interface, Drawn Lines is designed by Kari Pei, Interface’s lead product designer, and offers a distinct pattern inspired by fractals found in nature. The collection uses nature’s geometric patterns as a muse to guide layered filament-fine marks in varying weights and rhythms to create a prismatic geometry in an array of scales.
Pei designed Drawn Lines using a never-ending pattern, enhanced by a base of smoky brights, cool and warm neutrals. The geo-woven pattern is accented by threads of metallic, which add shimmer and depth.
“I believe this is the gem of our LVT designs, thus far, due to its pattern, which is unlike anything on the market,” says Kari. “I was inspired by the beautiful, intricate patterns found in nature. It’s these biophilic design elements that give the product a clean, modern look that elevates any environment, from corporate office, to education, to healthcare.”
Visual Code and Drawn Lines, along with Interface’s complete portfolio of carpet and LVT, are also carbon neutral through its entire product lifecycle as part of the company’s Carbon Neutral Floors programme, at no extra cost to Interface customers. Customers can now participate in Interface’s Climate Take Back™ mission to reverse global warming by choosing Interface products, helping reduce embodied carbon, a key contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in the built environment. The carbon neutral programme is verified annually by independent third-party auditors.