Innovative soft and resilient flooring solutions set new design and functionality expectations in NeoCon showroom 11-1149
Man-made, natural influences converge for an innovative floor covering collection debuting at HD Expo 2017, booth #4346
Every day, society experiences an increasingly blurred line between people, technology and nature. Milliken explores this convergence between the real and the virtual, the haptic and the emotional, and the past and the present through an innovative floor covering collection, IMMIX, premiering at HD Expo 2017.
One collection. Exponential possibilities.
The patterns unearthed in nature are endless, and so should the potential for the interior floor plane. Our award-winning Lapidus modular carpet collection makes a seemingly complex floor design simple to bring to life with a curated kit of design elements.
When a venue is a source and representation of community pride, only the highest quality of skilled craftsmanship and teamwork should be applied when renovating the space.
This story highlights how world-renowned architecture and design firm, tvsdesign, joined forces with Milliken to renovate the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa. Built in 1954, the facility—part of the Iowa Events Center—has been home to the Who’s Who of entertainment and is a landmark within the community.
If you were one of the 46 million people who traveled for Thanksgiving, or are taking to the road or sky for this holiday season, you can expect to encounter the purposeful design of Milliken products hundreds of times throughout your extended weekend. Whether you’re speeding through airport security, hailing a taxi or relaxing in your hotel, you may be surprised that Milliken is the scientific mastermind behind the safety, sustainability and seamlessness of many of these common travel activities.
“We have a responsibility that is proportional to our power. Being sensitive to the human considerations is crucial in making ethical decisions. It’s not what you can do, it’s about what you should do.” - Damon Horowitz
School interiors have the ability to inspire and enable student learning. Studies have proven that the physical environment affects a student’s capacity to learn. Similarly, we know that color alone in an interior setting can influence our mood and even productivity. There is no doubt that colors inspire students’ imaginations and creativity levels, from elementary children to young adults in college.
Annual report reveals resource reduction, material transparency as driving factors to Milliken’s sustainability efforts
We are proud to announce the release of the Milliken floor covering division’s second annual sustainability report. As an extension of our commitment to transparent practices and products that ‘do good’ in the world – the report gives insight into our global operations, product offering, and overall impact on the environment. Our hope is that it will inspire you to create more sustainable spaces.
“King County Library System is a stark contrast from the often formulaic solutions of the library field. As we work to create inspiring learning environments for our community, we look to partner with like-minded companies to bring our vision to life. The expansiveness of Milliken technology draws us to collaborate and, in turn, push the limits of our learning spaces.” – David Scott-Risner, architecture and interior design coordinator at King County Library System
Every day, Milliken is driven to 'do good' in communities around the world. While our processes, products and people regularly influence lives spanning the globe, we are keenly aware of the opportunities to foster growth, promote sustainability and inspire excellence right in our own backyard.
Discover how our partnership with the Chapman Cultural Center has resulted in repurposing 20,000 feet of excess yarn from manufacturing floor covering, not only diverting waste from landfill, but also creating new agents of art inspiration throughout our headquarter community.