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Color Field Floors Four U.S. Offices

Posted on May 31, 2016, by Mollie Williams

One flooring collection, if designed well, can lend itself to various interior environments. Explore how Color Field, an award-winning plank modular carpet collection from Milliken, lays the ground for innovative work at these four modern offices throughout the United States.

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Color Field connects conference rooms and open areas at the Land Use & Environmental Services Agency (LUESA) office in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, which was designed by Gensler. Photography by Mark Herboth.

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Organic Valley utilized various colorways of Color Field for its offices in LaFarge and Cashton, Wisconsin. They even took advantage of Milliken's Millitron high-resolution printing to customize a conference room floor with "spilled milk" and illustrate a fun brand phrase, "milk worth crying over."

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Whitney Architects selected Color Field for the Kraft Heinz office in Chicago. Photography by Christopher Barrett. 

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A chevron layout of Color Field in gray and blue colorways makes the flooring at H20 Plus' San Francisco office, which was designed by HGA Architects and Engineers, reminiscent of waves of water. Photography by Bruce Damonte.

Want to see how Milliken flooring can change office landscapes? Click here to view various Milliken collection at work around the world. 

Feature image: H20 Plus, designed by HGA Architects and Engineers, photography by Bruce Damonte. 

Topics: Design

Mollie Williams

Written by Mollie Williams