interface_carpetModular Carpet

In 1958, — Heuga, which has since been acquired by Interface — invented carpet tile. Three decades ago, we built the modular floorcovering category in North America. Today, we are the leader in that category worldwide. Technologically advanced, aesthetically pleasing, and environmentally sound, Interface modular floorcoverings give customers flexibility to change and style that lasts. We’ve extended our well-respected Bentley Prince Street™ brand into this hot market, giving architects and designers a premium alternative for high-end spaces. Interface Flooring Systems’ Entropy® carpet tile is inspired by nature and based on biomimicry — the concept that natural systems can guide the design of man-made products. Entropy’s nondirectional pattern provides reduced installation waste, accepts change gracefully, and extends the lifecycle of an installation. Entropy introduced a whole new product category – i2™ – and we have subsequently launched over 100 additional i2 products. In Europe, our Heuga® brand remains a top choice for mid-market commercial use. Two of Heuga’s best selling styles were introduced in 1979 and have since sold more than 65 million square meters.

Broadloom

The sophistication and beauty of Bentley Prince Street’s broadloom carpets are unmistakable. With their styling, engineering, and performance, they have been industry benchmarks from their first installation. Based in Los Angeles County, California, Bentley Prince Street is a leading manufacturer of floorcoverings for corporate, healthcare, hospitality, institutional, residential and retail interiors and is one of the most specified commercial carpet brands in the United States. Bentley Prince Street offers classic styling and imaginative textures in a wide variety of backing options. With award winning floorcoverings, responsible manufacturing and complete service and support, Bentley Prince Street has got you covered.

Interface Fabric

The look and feel of a commercial environment doesn’t just come from floorcoverings. That’s why we make fabrics–to offer a system of solutions that extend from the floor up. Increasingly, that means exchanging ideas and technologies between our floorcoverings businesses and our fabric division–already a world leader in the manufacture of innovative textile products for commercial interiors.

In 2004, InterfaceFABRIC introduced the first biodegradable panel fabrics made with bio-based polymers; the same corn-based polymer that we’re putting to work in commercial carpet products through InterfaceFLOR Commercial and residential carpet products through FLOR. These breakthrough fabrics are part of the Terratex® brand, which includes office panel fabrics and upholstery fabrics that are made from 100% recycled and/or 100% compostable materials, made with increasingly sustainable manufacturing processes and are recyclable at the end of their useful lives.

InterfaceFABRIC has a unique group of product brands including Guilford of Maine, Chatham, Teknit, and Infinity, and directly sells fabrics into the Commercial and Hospitality interiors markets.