The Rudiments collection of random lay carpet tiles can be used in isolation or mix and matched to create unique interiors.
Each design alludes to a flooring method of the past, such as the subtly textured Jute, which is based on the textile spun from hand-woven hessian.
Another is Teak, which is inspired by the light and shade thrown by the uneven heights of planks of wood arranged in geometric patterns.
Basalt, meanwhile, references the random organic pattern of volcanic rock, bringing a bold texture into a room.
The most recent additions to the collection, Clay and Clay Create, have similar designs based on the texture of fine-grained soil.
IVC Commercial manufactures Rudiments in Belgium and is working towards developing a circular approach to flooring.
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