The tools to mix, match, create and inspire.
September 27th, 2010
InterfaceFLOR give you the tools to do more than just design spaces, they give you the textures and colour palettes to create environments that influence feeling and inspire emotion.
Spaces are what you make of them, and with IntefaceFLOR’s cubic collection your options are endless – bright, colourful, energetic, warm and inviting, random or sequential.
The Cubic Collection, inspired by the random sequences and patterns found in nature, creates a base palette that can work alone or contrast with the bright colours from the cubic range.
i Line is designed around a series of straight lines and allows you to set a direction and create spaces with real purpose.
Combine mix and match the range to create spaces that deliver individualisation and inspire emotion.
Let the cubic collection inspire you.
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