When specifying carpets for retail and commercial environments, it is imperative to consider critical factors like functionality, performance and style. This downloadable whitepaper explores your specifying options in detail.
December 19th, 2018
Overlapping in more ways than one, both the retail and commercial industries have experienced a cultural shift. As a response to the increase in agile working behaviours and the growing ‘gig economy’, companies have turned the focus toward retaining and attracting talent. Along this line, architects and designers are now tasked with creating a holistic, unique and innovative brand experience that promotes the health and wellbeing of users and employees in both retail and commercial spaces.
For over two decades, Gibbon Group has been driven by a strong focus on delivering innovative, flexible and sustainable flooring solutions. Tretford and modulyss by Gibbon Group are modular carpet tiles that boast an outstanding appearance over a long lifespan. In addition to their ability to withstand high levels of foot traffic, the carpet tiles allow brands and companies to create bespoke solutions while being able to mix and match colours, patterns and shapes.
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