InterfaceFLOR draw upon a global resource bank of ideas to drive new design directions
December 15th, 2009
InterfaceFLOR’s design directions are not conjured up in a crystal ball. They’re the result of much observation of the surrounding environment, both social and economic.
These influences play a key role in informing the creative process.
As a preview into the thinking behind InterfaceFLOR’s new carpet ranges for 2010, we are invited to catch a glimpse of the design directions that are currently impacting the globe and transforming InterfaceFLOR’s product-scape for 2010.’¨’¨
To view the Ideation Galleries – Animate | Rugged | Original ’¨… CLICK HERE.
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