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Carpet contrasts give a sense of direction

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PRODUCT FOCUS - OFFICE BUILDINGS - INTERFACE

Flooring was a major factor in insurance company FGIC's decision to move to new offices in the 1950sbuilt 11 Old Jewry building, and the Interface ranges provided the light fi nishes the company desired. Using a Sandstone colour from the Tonal range, with Beaver to differentiate doorways and changes of direction, the pattern-tufted loop-pile carpet tiles also met DDA requirements.

Palette 200 Cherry serves as an accent colour.

l ENQUIRY NO. 1215

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