Design diversity in higher education

Interface provides the perfect package for dynamic floor design

In a climate where there is competition to attract students, interior design is an increasingly important factor for universities to consider – both on campus and throughout student accommodation. Modular flooring manufacturer, Interface, has launched a new collection of Skinny Planks allowing for design diversity in any education interior: On Line and Off Line – consisting of two patterns designed to work together effortlessly to create smart design with a colourful twist.

The Off Line range features a linear pattern consisting of two colours, where On Line features the same colours in a solid design. For every On Line ‘base’ colour, there are two Off Line accent colourways. The two ranges work together to allow designers to get playful with flooring design, experimenting with smooth transitions between neutrals and brights, and hard and soft lines.

The collection is perfect to clearly define areas through zoning – an increasingly popular trend within education environments. For example, Off Line can be used to establish a soft border between two or more On Line colours, or for a more vibrant effect, Off Line can be used as an accent to add a splash of colour. The collection even provides a creative way to help with way-finding by adding bands of contrasting colour.

In line with Interface’s Mission Zero pledge to eliminate any negative impact it has on the environment by 2020, both of the ranges contain 100% recycled yarn, and come with Interface’s Cool Carpet® guarantee – the company’s carbon emissions offsetting service –  as standard.

Find out more about the ranges here

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