In this edition of the Indesign Edit, Milliken creates a new generation of contemporary commercial flooring solutions with their new collection, Hospitality: Modular Landscapes.
September 20th, 2021
Creative and practical solutions are at the heart of what Milliken does. Backed by over four decades in the commercial flooring sectors across Australia and New Zealand, the globally-renowned brand offers ground-breaking and unique offerings, delivering the best solutions for your floors.
Committed to redefining the way we experience our everyday spaces and challenge the perceptions of interior flooring, Milliken masterfully blends their expertise in technological innovation and refined design.
The recognised brand continues to impress with their new collection, Hospitality: Modular Landscapes – a range of flooring solutions that looks beyond the bounds of modern carpeting, paving the way for commercial interiors. More than meets the eye, Modular Landscapes stands up to the practical and visual demands of its setting.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Into-Pacific region. Dive in and explore the Indesign Edit on Milliken innovative commercial floorings solutions.
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