Ontera Modular Carpets Pty Ltd is an Australian manufacturing company with its base and headquarters in Northmead, NSW and is part of the Cavalier Corporation.
November 21st, 2008
The company has been in operation since 1985 and has offices and representatives throughout Australia and New Zealand. Using state-of-the-art, dye-injection technology the team of highly-skilled designers provide boundless opportunities to enhance the most unique and stylish commercial interiors. At end-of-life Ontera provides the highest possible level of environmental stewardship by offering a product renewal and reuse solution. Earthplus™ is a three step closed loop renewal process that considerably extends the product lifecycle while saving resources associated with replacing or recycling carpet.
Product Range: Floor finishes.
Major Brands: Envisions, Colourweave – Inspace, & Attitudes, KROMAplus, Soul and Ultra.
Application: Corporate, healthcare, education, public space, hospitality and retail.
Sustainability: All Envisions, Colourweave and KROMAplus products are independently certified as being low-VOC emitting and can be re-used at the end of life via the Earthplus™ product renewal process. Score 100% (5/5 points) in the Green Star – Office Interiors Mat-2 Flooring calculator.
Major Projects: Westpac Place, NSW; Monash University, Vic; Woodside, WA, State Library of Queensland, Qld; Shanghai Oceanarium, China.
Specialised Services: Custom design service and lifetime design availability.
Colourweave custom design: Ontera has recently completed the manufacture and supply of over 64,000m2 of modular carpet for the Westpac Place building in Sydney. The flooring was used as a way to identify a wide variety of different spaces, which required a high level of design flexibility easily achieved by utilising the unique dye-injection technology.
Range: Colourweave – custom design.
Designer: Ontera Modular Carpets.
Manufacturer: Ontera Modular Carpets.
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