Imperfection comes in three designs inspired by the Japanese idea of wabi-sabi, which involves finding beauty in that which is incomplete or naturally flawed.
IVC Commercial intends the flooring design to signal a relaxed, open-minded atmosphere that can reduce stress and improve wellbeing in the office.
"It encourages us to embrace mistakes, adopt an accepting mindset and be more accommodating of flaws," said IVC Commercial carpet tiles product director Vanessa Van Overmeeren. "It's a carpet tile for open-minded, collaborative and encouraging places to work."
Imperfection is available in three styles that can be used alone or in combination: grainy Grit, raw-textured Bruut and gold-lined Rupture – an homage to the Japanese pottery craft Kintsugi.
The tiles are made using Econyl nylon, which is 100 per cent regenerated through a process that ensures the same purity and performance of virgin nylon.
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