Second surfaces created through the lens of Milliken technology unveiled the materiality of unearthed elements through three flooring collections - Lapidus, City Proper and Freelay - which Milliken introduced at NeoCon 2016.
In our hyper-connected world, tomorrow quickly becomes today. Investing for the future is critical. We must position our company, and the industries in which we work, to not only survive, but thrive in a competitive marketplace.
Milliken is supporting key programs to highlight, honor and bring attention to vital factors that direct the future of the architecture and design industry: education, research and young talent.
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.
Whether unearthed in archeological digs or happened upon by chance, fossilized remains, mineral formations and flora reveal the intricacies of nature and provide insights about culture, civilization and the earth.
A well-designed conference space can be a great additional revenue stream for your hotel, but design mistakes can cost you repeat customers. Today I’m looking at six things to consider when (re)designing your hotel conference facilities.
Project of the Year
Milliken’s Project of the Year celebrates award-worthy designs that highlight Milliken floor covering solutions that illustrate the union of beauty and function. The goal of the internal awards program: to celebrate the hard work of designers, dealers and Milliken associates in creating meaningful design through flooring.
From steady bass tones to sweeping crescendos, the ballads sung by whales guide and connect us to another world of communication in the depths of the ocean. Milliken’s Whale Song collection captures the behemoth mammals’ musical spectrum and illustrates the melodic beauty and complexity of the sea’s oldest composers.
To those outside the architecture and design industry, the field might seem limited to creating beautiful things and cultivating habitable spaces. But in fact, A&D is about much, much more.
Open offices seem like they’ll offer maximum flexibility for your company’s workspace. But even the most open of offices will have specific areas for specific tasks – perhaps a number of meeting rooms, somewhere for employees to eat away from their desks, or a breakout area.
You may not realize it, but your flooring choices impact how you use and interact with your office space. Here are three examples: